Invited Lectures & Conferences

2015     Why Spatial Thinking Underlies Visual Thinking.  Visualization in Science and Education, Gordon Research Conference. Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, August.

2014      Building the Next Generation of Knowledge around Geospatial Technologies and Learning.  GI Forum, Salzburg, Austria, July.

2014      New Ways to Map and Be Mapped. Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, April.

2013      Maps and Spatial Perspectives. Mapping Worlds Workshop, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, August.

2013      Geospatial Thinking to Reason and Communicate. Meid Visiting Mentor Program, Marymount College, Palos Verdes, California, January.

2012      Geography and GIS Education in Higher Education.  GIS and Spatial Thinking in Higher Education, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, November.

2012      A Few Things to Know about Geography and GIS Education in Higher Education. New York State Geospatial Summit, Skaneateles, New York, October.

2012      Digital Maps in Scholarship and Publishing.  Digital Humanities Initiative, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, March.

2011      Enhancing Learning and Scholarship with Mapping Technologies.  Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, November.

2011      Maps, Metaphors, Analogies and the Next Generation of GIS & Humanities Questions. Mapping Place: GIS and Humanities Conference. Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, February.

2009      Support for Spatial Thinking in the Humanities Curriculum. Keynote Presentation, Institute for Enabling Geospatial Scholarship, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, November.

2009      Spatial Thinking in the Humanities. Scholarly Communications Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, June.

2009      How can we reap the greatest educational benefits from GIS?  Plenary Presentation,National Summit on GIS in K-12 Education. James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, June.

2009      The Power of Geographical Perspectives.  Scholar’s Lab, Digital Research and Scholarship Department, University of Virginia Libraries, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA, February.

2008      A College Class in Spatial Thinking. Specialists’ Meeting in GIS and Design, Santa Barbara, CA, December.

2007      One Approach to Bringing Spatial Thinking to Higher Education. UCSB Brown Bag Forum on Spatial Thinking, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, December.

2006      SPLINT, SPACE, NITLE, and ARCNRSISS: a Panel on Integrating Spatial Analysis in University Teaching and Research. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, March.

2005      Change Detection: Interpreting Patterns of Woody Vegetation in El Palmar National Park, Argentina. Department of Geography, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, April.

2005      Change Detection: Interpreting Patterns of Woody Vegetation in El Palmar National Park, Argentina.  Department of Geography, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, March.

2002      Using GIS to Find New Oil in Old Wells.  Annual Meeting of the New York State Oil Producers Association, Cuba, NY, October.

2001      The Influence of Agriculture and Geography on Forest Patterns in Allegany County, New York, or Historical EcologyDivision of Biology, Alfred University, Alfred, NY, April.

2000      Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Forest Disturbances in Oregon. Department of Geography, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, March.

1999      GIS and Municipal Watershed Management. Department of Geography, SUNY Geneseo, Geneseo, NY, March.

1995      Pattern analysis of a forest disturbance using GIS and spatial statistics.  Harvard Forest. Petersham, MA, July.

1995      Changes in the effect of wind on the landscape in the Pacific Northwest over the past century.  American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Regional Meeting. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June.

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