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Diana Ter-Ghazaryan, Ph.D. (Florida International University, 2010)
Lecturer and Director of Geospatial Technology Certificate Programs
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Dr. Ter-Ghazaryan directs the Department's Geospatial Technology Certificate Program. Her research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of geospatial technology and cultural geography, and she works on finding ways to map and visualize the abstract and ethereal, such as connection to place, nationhood, identity and the like.

Ira M. Sheskin, Ph.D. (Ohio State University, 1977)
Professor and Chair
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Dr. Sheskin is a human geographer with teaching and research interests in ethnic geography, the Middle East, statistical analysis, survey research, data collection, and urban geography.

Justin Stoler, Ph.D., M.P.H. (SDSU/UCSB, 2012)
Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
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Dr. Stoler’s research explores the geographic patterns of urban health disparities, particularly in the developing world, and environmental influences on social and behavioral epidemiology. He uses spatial modeling techniques to integrate household survey data, GIS layers of municipal infrastructure, and remote sensing data.

 

Imelda K. Moise, Ph.D., M.P.H. (University of Illinois, 2012)
Assistant Professor
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Dr. Moise is a health geographer and a mixed-methods researcher of issues affecting vulnerable populations. Her research focuses on the two-way links between health disparities research, and linking research to practice or policy. Her scholarly work has focused primarily on addressing health disparities and vulnerabilities as it relates to: health care and utilization; geographical targeting of resources, food environments; maternal, child and adolescent health in Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeastern United States and Illinois.

Shouraseni Sen Roy, Ph.D. (Arizona State University, 2005)
Associate Professor
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Dr. Sen Roy conducts research in climatology and specializes in the monsoonal rainfall patterns of the Indian subcontinent. Her specialties also include GIS, spatial analysis, and interpolation of meteorological data. She uses advanced spatial analysis techniques to examine long-term patterns of different climate phenomena.

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Shivangi Prasad, Ph.D. (Florida Atlantic University, 2013)
Lecturer
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Dr. Prasad's research focuses on environmental and social vulnerability modeling, climate change and natural hazards risks and impacts, and GIS/spatial analysis. She is particularly interested in exploring human-environmental interactions from the perspective of human vulnerability, response and adaptation to creeping climate stresses as well as sudden shocks caused by natural hazard events.

Douglas O. Fuller, Ph.D. (University of Maryland, 1994)
Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and College Diversity
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Dr. Fuller specializes in optical remote sensing, GIS, land-cover change, and human-environment interactions mainly in tropical areas. He uses imagery from weather and other satellites to examine climatic change, natural hazards, patterns of biodiversity, and habitat loss.