This is my fourteenth year at Ventura college. Besides teaching geography and serving at the Geosciences Department Chair, I give oversight to our GIS program and our Environmental Science program. I also am an active member of the campus facilities committee (FOG) that has been actively involved in all the new buildings on campus.
In the Spring Semester of 2006 I was able to take a 4-month sabbatical in New Zealand. I was a sabbatical visitor at the University of Auckland (at the time the unit I was in was called the School of Geography and Environmental Science.)
All through the 1990s, I taught or helped teach a number of different courses at Santa Barbara City College and UCSB. These included: Cultural Geography, Economic Geography, Physical Geography, Physical Geography Lab, Environmental Studies: The Physical Earth; Solar Energy and the Environment, Introduction to Mapping and GIS, and GIS: Software Applications.
I worked for the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) from 1991-1999 primarily as the Education Projects Manager.
In the late 80's I taught High School math (Algebra through Calculus)
My office is in the Science Building (SCI 123) in the southeast portion of campus (map)
|My Class Schedule Spring 2012|
|Physical Geography (Geog 1)||32999||MWF||9:30-10:20||SCI 116|
|Physical Geography (Geog 1)||33300||MWF||10:30-11:20||SCI 116|
|Physical Geography (Geog 1)||30301||MWF||11:30-12:20||SCI 116|
|Introduction to Environmental Science (ESRM 2)||32238||TTH||12:00-1:15||SCI 106|
|Fundamentals of Mapping and GIS (Geog/GIS 22)||31419/31420||MW||5:00-6:50pm (until April 11)||SCI 113|
|Office Hours Spring 2012|
Metadata Education Notes
CIRGIS Regional GIS Data Sharing