Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental science, geographic information systems, campus sustainability, and continually evolving/evaluating curriculum for the RIT Environmental Science program. Continuing research in environmental impacts of freight transport, ecological modeling, wetlands mapping, hydrologic modeling, habitat monitoring using GIS and satellite remote sensing, campus sustainability and environmental education. September, 2000 to present. Former Environmental Science Program Director (2005-11). Co-director of the Laboratory for Environmental Computing and Decision Making (LECDM) (2010-present).
Assistant Professor, Denison University
Taught undergraduate courses in introductory and advanced geographic information systems and analysis, environmental assessment, introduction to environmental studies, and the senior research seminar. Conducted hydrologic, water quality, and land use/land cover change research at the DenisonBio-reserve and surrounding area. Updated and expanded Denison’s GIS lab and database. Continued research in sediment transport, hydrologic modeling with GIS, and coastal habitat monitoring using satellite remote sensing. September, 1996 to August, 2000.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Carleton College
Taught geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing for the Environmental and Technology Studies (ENTS) program. Assisted faculty members in integrating GIS into their courses and research. March to June, 1996