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					                                    CURRICULUM VITAE
                                      David Robertson
Department of Geography
SUNY-Geneseo, 1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454-1401
Phone: (585) 245-5238
E-mail: robertsd@geneseo.edu

I. EDUCATION

2001                 Ph.D. Geography, University of Oklahoma

1992                 B.A. with Distinction, Geography, University of Calgary

1989                 B.S., Psychology, University of Calgary

II. ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

2009- present        Chair, Department of Geography, SUNY-Geneseo

2007 Fall            Interim Chair, Department of Geography, SUNY-Geneseo

2006- present        SUNY-Geneseo, Associate Professor, Department of Geography

2001-2006            SUNY-Geneseo, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography

2000-2001            SUNY-Geneseo, Instructor, Department of Geography

III. TEACHING

SUNY-Geneseo Lecture Courses                        Sections        Credit        Status
Environmental Issues                ENVR 124        21              3             Active
Human Geography                     GEOG 102        8               3             Active
Conservation and Nat. Res. Man.     GEOG 274        10              3             Active
Geographic Thought (Capstone)       GEOG 374        8               3             Active
Field Experience                    GEOG 375        8               1             Active
Cultural Geography Seminar          GEOG 388        2               3             Active
Regional Geography of Canada        GEOG 388        2               3             Active
Land Utilization                    GEOG 396        4               3             Inactive

SUNY-Geneseo Study Abroad
Canadian Field Studies              GEOG 369        4               3             Active-Summer

SUNY-Geneseo (Independent Study Courses)
Internship, Environ. Studies       ENVR 395         4               3             By Request
Internship, Geography              GEOG 395         4               3             By Request
Directed Studies, Environ. Studies ENVR 399         4               3             By Request
Directed Studies, Geography        GEOG 399         11              3             By Request




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Student Research Supervision (with professional presentation)

Kowalski, Cara. ―Stone Faces and Jesus Trees: Symbolic Forms in the Landscape.‖ Poster
presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 14-19, 2011, Seattle,
WA.

Tubbs, Kate. The Upstate-Downstate Divide: New York State Vernacular Regions. Paper presented at
GREAT-Day, SUNY-Geneseo, April 20, 2010.

Aranoff, Arielle. Permaculture and Creative Ecology: Examples from Ecovillage Experience, Kibbutz
Lotan, Isreal. Paper presented at GREAT-Day, SUNY-Geneseo, April 20, 2010.

Dezik, Alicia. Buffalove and Buffaloathe: Place Ambivalence in Buffalo, NY. Poster presented at
GREAT-Day, SUNY-Geneseo, April 20, 2010

Patrick Oberle and Kyle Sourhada, ―A Morphology of Architectural Styles in the Village of
Geneseo,‖ Poster presented at GREAT-Day, SUNY-Geneseo, April 22, 2008 (co-supervised with Jennifer
Rogalsky)

Steve Tulowiecki, ―Applications of Dendrochronology,‖ Poster presented at GREAT-Day, SUNY
Geneseo, April 22, 2008 (co-supervised with Jim Kernan)

Doram Wallach, ―The Study of Africa by North American Geographers, 1930-1990.‖ Poster presented at
Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 15-19, 2008, Boston, MA.

Whitney Snyder, co-author/presenter, ―Place-Based Attachments in Picher, Oklahoma: Updating a
Community Buy-Out.‖ Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers,
April 20, 2007, San Francisco, CA.

Logan Reid, ―Resource Consumption and Waste Production of Wal-Mart Retail Stores: A Case Study of
Geneseo, NY.‖ Poster presented at Undergraduate Scholars Symposium, SUNY-Geneseo, Spring 2006.

Nathan Bennett, ―Wal-Mart’s Long Term Effect on Geneseo’s Main Street Businesses,‖ Poster presented
at Undergraduate Scholars Symposium, SUNY-Geneseo, Spring 2006.

Will Palmquist, ―The Ecological Footprint of the State University of New York College at Geneseo,‖
Illustrated paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. March 7-11,
2006, Chicago, Illinois.

Nathan Bennett, co-presenter, ―The Genesee Valley: Oak Ecology and Land Use on the Developer’s
Frontier.‖ Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. March 7-11,
2006, Chicago, Illinois.

Mark Chynoweth, Geneseo and Area Visitor’s Map, 2005. Student/faculty community research project
produced for, and funded by, SUNY-Geneseo Corporate and Business Partners.

Erin Farley, ―A Geographic Inventory and Appraisal of the American Ghost Town.‖ Poster presented at
the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, 2004. Philadelphia, PA.




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Nicholas Jungbluth, ―Geography of the American Ghost Town.‖ Paper presented at the Annual Meeting
of the Association of American Geographers, 2001. Los Angeles, CA.

IV. SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

Publications:

Book

2006. Hard as the Rock Itself: Place and Identity in the American Mining Town (Boulder: University
       Press of Colorado). Second printing and cloth edition released 2010.

Book Chapters

2010. ―Identity and the Post-Mining Landscape: Observations from the American Mining Town.‖ In
          Bergbau Folge Landschaft/Post Mining Landscapes. Oliver Hamm and Christiana Gräwe eds.
          (Berlin: Jovis-Verlag, 2010) pp. 144-149.

2005. ―Cultural Landscape Preservation and Public History in Cokedale, Colorado.‖ In Preserving
       Western History, Andrew Gulliford ed. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2005)
       pp. 366-380.

Refereed Journals

2009. ―Canadian Studies and American Geography: Trends and Issues.‖ The Canadian Geographer. 53:1:
       100-112.

2000. ―Heaps of History: Toluca and the Historic Longwall Mining District.‖ Journal of Illinois History.
       3:3:162-184.

1999. ―Beyond Twister: The Geography of Recreational Storm Chasing on the Southern Plains.‖
       Geographical Review. 89:4:533-553.

1996 ―Oil Derricks and Corinthian Columns: The Industrial Transformation of the Oklahoma State
       Capitol Grounds.‖ Journal of Cultural Geography. 16:1:17-44.

Book Reviews

2002. Petrolia: The Landscape of America’s First Oil Boom, by Brian Black. Review published in North
       American Geographer, 4:1:179-180.

2002. A Landscape Transformed: The Ironmaking District of Salisbury, Connecticut, by Robert Gordon.
        Review published in Technology and Culture. 43:3:607-608.

Encyclopedia Entries

2004. "The Last Best West." Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. Edited by D. Wishart (Lincoln: University
        of Nebraska Press).

2004. "Fly-Over Country" Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. Edited by D. Wishart (Lincoln: University
        of Nebraska Press).


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Other Publications

2010.   DVD jacket review, Tar Creek. Film documentary. Jump the Creek Productions, New York 2010.

2009. Hoose, J, Gajewski, B. and Robertson, D. Scenic Oak Tree Driving Brochure, Public
       Document. Genesee Valley Conservancy, Geneseo, NY.

2007. Robertson, David and Garrity, Colleen. Town of Geneseo Open Space Study, 2007. Public
       Document, Geneseo, NY.

2005. Robertson, D. and Chynoweth, M. Geneseo and Area Visitor’s Map (Geneseo: Livingston County
       Chamber of Commerce).

2003. ―Enduring Places: Landscape Meaning, Community Persistence, and Preservation in the Historic
        Mining Town.‖ Social and Cultural Geography, 4:1:125-128. Abstract, recently completed
        doctorates.

2001. ―Enduring Places: Landscape Meaning, Community Persistence, and Preservation in the Historic
        Mining Town‖ (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Oklahoma, Norman)

1998. Robertson, D. and Biddle, M. 1998. ―Storm Chasing on the Southern Great Plains 1997.‖Preprints,
       19th Conference on Severe Local Storms. Minneapolis: American Meteorological Society. 293-
       296.

1998. ―Landscape Meaning in Historic Mining Districts.‖ Mining and Environment Research
        Bulletin. No. 11/12. 43-46.

Conference Presentations

2011    ―The Palimpsest Nature of Landscape Change.‖ Annual Meeting of the Association of American
        Geographers, April 12-16, Seattle, Washington.

2009    ―Identity and the Post-Mining Landscape: Observations from the American Mining Town.‖
        International Conference Opportunity: Post-Mining Landscapes, SEE Internationale
        Bauausstellung, Grobraschen, Germany, September 15-17.

2009    ―Complementarity in Canadian and American Geography.‖ Panelist. Annual Meeting of the
        Association of American Geographers, March 21-28, Las Vegas, NV.

2008    ―Canadian Studies and American Geography: State of the Area Studies Tradition.‖ Annual
        Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 15-19, Boston, MA.

2007    with Whitney Snyder, ―Place-Based Attachments in Picher, Oklahoma: Updating a
        Community Buy-Out.‖ Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 17-
        21, San Francisco, CA.

2006    ―The Genesee Valley: Confronting the Pristine Myth on the Developer’s Frontier.‖ Annual
        Meeting, Southwest Division of the Association of American Geographers. Norman, OK.




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2006   with Nathan Bennett, ―The Genesee Valley: Oak Ecology and Land Use on the Developer’s
       Frontier.‖ Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. March 7-11, Chicago,
       Illinois.

2005   ―Resurrecting Geography 369: Practical Suggestions for Undergraduate Field Course Design and
       Implementation.‖ Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. April 5-9,
       Denver, Colorado.

2003   ―Chat: An Environmental History of an Oklahoma Mining Waste.‖ Annual Meeting of the
       Association of American Geographers. March 5-8, New Orleans, Louisiana.

2002   ―Reclamation and Industrial Preservation in the Historic Longwall Mining District.‖ Annual
       Meeting, Association of American Geographers, March 19-23, Los Angeles, California.

2001   ――Sores Beyond Cure‖: Environmental Degradation and Landscape Meaning in Picher,
       Oklahoma.‖ Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, February 27-March 3, New
       York.

2000   ――Go to Hell Rockefeller. Thanks Guggenheimer!‖: Representations of Place in the Model
       Company Town of Cokedale, Colorado.‖ Annual Meeting, Association of American
       Geographers, April 4-9, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

1999   ―The Town that Refused to Die: Interpretations of Place and Community Persistence in the Model
       Company Town of Cokedale, Colorado.‖ Annual Meeting, Southwest Division of the Association
       of American Geographers, October 20-23, San Marcos, Texas.

1998   ―Industrial Preservation in Toluca, Illinois: Landscape Meaning in a Historic Mining
       Community.‖ Annual Meeting, Southwest Division of the Association of American Geographers.
       Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

       ―Storm Chasing on the Southern Great Plains – 1997.‖ Poster Presented at the American
       Meteorological Society’s, 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

       ―Saving the Slag in Toluca, Illinois: Contested Meanings of a Post- Industrial Landscape.‖
       Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, March 24-28, Boston, Massachusetts.

1997   ―Storm Chasing on the Southern Great Plains, 1997.‖ Annual Meeting, Southwest Division of the
       Association of American Geographers. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

       ―Oil Derricks and Corinthian Columns: The Industrial Transformation of the Oklahoma State
       Capitol Grounds.‖ Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers. Fort Worth, Texas.

1996   ―Oil Derricks and Corinthian Columns: The Evolution of Oil Development on the Oklahoma
       State Capital, Oklahoma City.‖ Annual Meeting, Southwest Division of the Association of
       American Geographers, November 7-9, Norman, Oklahoma.

       ―The Mined Landscape as Place: Unearthing Opportunities for Effective Reclamation.‖
       Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, April 9-13, Charlotte, North Carolina.

1995   ―Reclamation of an Oklahoma Strip Mine: An Environmental and Aesthetic Landscape
       Appraisal.‖ Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers. Chicago, Illinois.


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1994   ―Evaluation of Disturbed Landscapes within a Partially Reclaimed Oklahoma Strip Mine.‖
       Annual Meeting, Southwest Division of the Association of American Geographers. Hot Springs,
       Arkansas.

Invited Lectures/Presentations:

2007   ―Town of Geneseo Open Space Study.‖ Town of Geneseo public hearing, Geneseo, NY. 25,
       October.

       ―The Genesee Oaks: A Natural and Cultural History,‖ Lecture series, Geneseo, NY—175th
       Anniversary Celebration, Geneseo, NY, August 21.

2006   Honoring Geneseo’s Teachers. ―The Field Experience in the Geography Curriculum.‖ Sponsored
       by the SUNY-Geneseo Teaching and Learning Center.

2004   Guest Speaker, Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training Program, ―Life after
       IGERT: Employment Opportunities at Teaching Universities,‖ SUNY-University at Buffalo,
       March 12.

2001   Guest Speaker, State Historical Marker and Miner’s Memorial Dedication, Toluca,
       Illinois, June 3.

2000   ―Beyond Twister: A Geography of Recreational Storm Chasing on the Southern Plains.‖
       Geographers World, October 12, SUNY-Geneseo. Geography Club Colloquium Series.

1997   ―Landscape Meaning and the Sanctification and Obliteration of Place in Post-Industrial Mining
       Communities.‖ University of Oklahoma, Department of Geography Colloquium Series,
       December 5, Norman, Oklahoma.

Work in Progress:

Robertson, David. ―The Genesee Oaks: Reading Landscape as Palimpsest‖
    To be submitted to the Annals of the Association of American Geographers in 2010.

Barbato, D. and Robertson, D. Historic District Walking Tour, Geneseo, NY.
     Student/faculty collaborative research project. Public document produced for the Association for
        the Preservation of Geneseo (APOG).

V. GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

External Grants

2011   Principal collaborator, Catalyzing New International Collaborations Grant, National Science
       Foundation (NSF). Under review: $60,000

2006   with Garrity, C. Town of Geneseo Research Grant, to support Geneseo Open-Space Study, a
       student/faculty community research project. Awarded: $12,000.

       with Garrity, C. Quality Communities Grant, State of New York, to support Geneseo Online
       Green Map, a student/faculty community research project. Application denied: $12,000.


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2002   Individual Development Award, United University Professions. For curriculum development.
       Application denied: $1,000.

Internal Grants & Fellowships

2011   Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Las Vegas, NV. Awarded: $800.

2010   Summer Faculty Fellowship, Geneseo Foundation. For project: The Genesee oaks: Reading
       Landscape as Palimpsest. Awarded: $4,000.

       Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Las Vegas, NV. Awarded: $800.

2009   Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Las Vegas, NV. Awarded: $560.

2008   Presidential Research Development Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For
       project: The Genesee Oaks: a Natural and Cultural History. Awarded: $1000.

       Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Boston, MA. Awarded: $800.

2007   Professional Development Grant, United University Professionals. For travel to an academic
       conference in San Francisco, CA. Awarded: $750

2006   Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Norman, OK. Awarded: $800.

       College Senate Small Grant, Geneseo Foundation, SUNY-Geneseo. To support book publication
       expenses. Pending: $300.

       Research Development and Scholarly Support Incentive Grant, Geneseo Foundation, SUNY-
       Geneseo. To support book publication expenses. Awarded: $500.

       Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Chicago, IL. Awarded: $780.

2005   Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Denver, CO. Awarded: $700.

2004   Corporate and Business Partners’ Community Research Fellowship, SUNY-Geneseo Corporate
       and Foundation Relations, 2004. To support creation of a Geneseo and Area Visitor’s Map, a
       student/faculty community research project. Awarded: $2,500.

2003   College Senate Small Grant, Geneseo Foundation, SUNY-Geneseo. To support book publication
       expenses. Awarded: $300.

       Research Development and Scholarly Support Incentive Grant, Geneseo Foundation, SUNY-
       Geneseo. To support book publication expenses. Awarded: $500.


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       Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in New Orleans LA. Awarded: $700.

       Dean Johnston Student Research Assistantship, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation.
       For paid student research assistant. Project Title: A Geographic Inventory and Appraisal of the
       American Ghost Town. Awarded: $500.

2002   Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in Los Angeles CA. Awarded: $700.

2001   Research Travel Grant, College Research Council, Geneseo Foundation. For travel to an
       academic conference in New York City. Awarded: $700.

VI. HONORS & AWARDS

2008   Fred B. Kniffen Book Award, Pioneer America Society. Annual award recognizing the best
       book dealing with material culture in North America.

       President’s Outstanding Achievement Award for Campus Organizations 2007-2008. Awarded as
       advisor for the Geneseo Environmental Organization.

2006   Honoree. Honoring Geneseo’s Teachers. Sponsored by the SUNY-Geneseo Teaching and
       Learning Center.

2005   Bank of Castile/Tompkins Insurance Faculty Incentive Award. Chosen by the Department Chair
       based on outstanding service, research, creative activity, or special contributions to the
       Department. $500

2001   Journal of Illinois History Excellence in Historical Writing Award: for most outstanding journal
       article of 2000.

       ―Key to the City.‖ Awarded by Mayor Larry Harber of Toluca, Illinois. Received at State
       Historical Marker and Miner’s Memorial Dedication Ceremony, Toluca, June 3.

2000   First Place, Cultural Geography Specialty Group Student Paper Competition, Ph.D. Level.
       Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, April 4-9, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
       Paper Title: ―The Town that Refused to Die: Interpretation of Place and Community Persistence
       in the Model Company Town of Cokedale, Colorado.‖

1996   The Ralph E. and Margaret Olson Graduate Geography Scholarship. Outstanding Graduate
       Student. Department of Geography, University of Oklahoma.

       First Place, Student Paper Competition, Annual Meeting, Southwest Association of American
       Geographers, November 7-9, Norman, Oklahoma. Paper Title: ―Oil Derricks and Corinthian
       Columns: The Evolution of Oil Development on the Oklahoma State Capital, Oklahoma City.‖

1995   First Place, Student Paper Competition, Annual Meeting, Southwest Association of American
       Geographers, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Paper Title: ―Evaluation of Disturbed Landscapes within a
       Partially Reclaimed Oklahoma Strip Mine.‖



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VII. PEDAGOGIC DEVELOPMENT

2004   Conference Session Chair and Participant. Conference on Faculty-Student Partnerships in
       Teaching and Learning. Teaching and Learning Center, SUNY-Geneseo. Session Title: ―The
       Workshop Model: A Faculty-Student Partnership for Large Enrollment Courses.‖

2003   Participant, INTD 105 Workshop, SUNY-Geneseo.

2002   Participant, Pacific Crest Teaching Institute, SUNY-Geneseo.

       Participant, SUNY-Geneseo Teaching and Learning Center Workshops: ―Creating a Quality
       Learning Environment‖ -- ―Practical Tips for Professors.‖ -- ―Teaching Large Classes.‖

VIII. SERVICE

D/C: Department/College               P: Professional                 C: Community

2010-2011 Academic Year
D/C: Chair, Department of Geography
D/C: Member, Registrar's Advisory Group
D/C: Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
D/C: External Program Reviewer, Geological Sciences
C:     Board of Directors, Association for the Preservation of Geneseo (APOG)

2009-2010 Academic Year
D/C: Chair, Department of Geography
D/C: Task Force Member, Six Big Ideas, Rethinking Student Course Load.
D/C: Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
C:     Board of Directors, Association for the Preservation of Geneseo (APOG)

2008-2009 Academic Year
D/C: Program Review Committee Chair, Department of Geography
D/C: College Senate, SUNY-Geneseo, Senator at Large. Member, Committee on Undergraduate
       Academic Policies
D/C:   Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
P:     Vice Chair, Canadian Studies Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers.
P:     Conference Session Organizer and Chair, Geographies of Canada Sessions (5) at the Annual
       Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, NV
C:     Board of Directors, Association for the Preservation of Geneseo (APOG)

2007-2008 Academic Year
D/C: Interim Chair, Department of Geography (Fall semester)
D/C: College Senate, SUNY-Geneseo, Senator at Large. Member, Committee on Undergraduate
       Academic Policies
D/C:   Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
P:     Vice Chair, Canadian Studies Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers.
P:     Conference Session Organizer and Chair, ―Geographic Research in Canadian Studies,‖ Annual
       Meeting, Association of American Geographers, April 15-19, Boston, MA. 2007
C:     Board of Directors, Association for the Preservation of Geneseo (APOG)



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C:     Invited Speaker, Geneseo Open-Space Study.

2006-2007 Academic Year
D/C    College Senate, SUNY-Geneseo, Senator at Large. Member, Committee on Undergraduate
       Academic Policies
D/C:   Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
D/C:   Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Outing Club (GOC)
P:     Vice Chair, Canadian Studies Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers.
P:     Conference Session Organizer, Chair, and Discussant, ―Industrial Landscapes,‖ Annual Meeting,
       Association of American Geographers, April 17-21, San Francisco, CA 2007
C:     Board of Directors, Association for the Preservation of Geneseo (APOG)
C:     Invited Speaker, ―The Genesee Valley Oaks.‖ Geneseo, NY—175th Anniversary Celebration.
C:     Geneseo Open-Space Study. Research project funded by Town of Geneseo. Faculty/student
       community research initiative.

2005-2006 Academic Year
D/C    College Senate, SUNY-Geneseo, Senator at Large—under six years. Member, Committee on
       Undergraduate Academic Policies
D/C:   Interim Coordinator of Environmental Studies Minor
D/C:   Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
P:     Chair, Student Paper Awards Committee, Historical Geography Specialty Group, Association
       of American Geographers.
P:     Editorial Board Member and Manuscript Reviewer, The North American Geographer
C:      Geneseo Open-Space Study. Research project funded by Town of Geneseo. Faculty/student
       community research initiative.

2004-2005 Academic Year
D/C: Assessment Coordinator, Department of Geography.
D/C: Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
P:     Member, Student Paper Awards Committee, Historical Geography Specialty Group, Association
       of American Geographers.
P:     Editorial Board Member and Manuscript Reviewer, The North American Geographer
C:     Awarded Corporate and Business Partners’ Community Research Fellowship to support creation
       of a Geneseo and Area Visitor’s Map, a faculty/student community research project published by
       the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce.

2003-2004 Academic Year
D/C: Assessment Coordinator, Department of Geography.
D/C: Program Review Committee Chair, Department of Geography.
D/C: Faculty Advisor, Geneseo Environmental Organization (GEO)
P:     Manuscript Reviewer, The Professional Geographer, 2003
P:     Member, Student Paper Awards Committee, Historical Geography Specialty Group, Association
       of American Geographers.
P:     Editorial Board Member and Manuscript Reviewer, The North American Geographer

2002-2003 Academic Year
D/C: Assessment Coordinator, Department of Geography.
D/C: Editor, Alumni Geographers of Geneseo (AGOG) Newsletter.
P:     Manuscript Reviewer, The Professional Geographer.
P:     Editorial Board Member and Manuscript Reviewer, The North American Geographer



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2001-2002 Academic Year
D/C: Assessment Coordinator, Department of Geography.
D/C: Editor, Alumni Geographers of Geneseo (AGOG) Newsletter.
D/C: Career Service Liaison, Department of Geography.
D/C: Coordinator of Urban Studies Minor.
P:     Conference Session Organizer and Chair, ―Industrial Landscapes,‖ Annual Meeting, Association
       of American Geographers, March 19-23, Los Angeles, California, 2002
P:     Editorial Board Member and Manuscript Reviewer, The North American Geographer
C:     Speaker, State Historical Marker and Miner’s Memorial Dedication, Toluca, Illinois, June 3.

2000- 2001 Academic Year
D/C: Assessment Coordinator, Department of Geography.
D/C: Coordinator of Urban Studies Minor.
P:     Conference Session Chair, ―Past Natures/Future Economies,‖ Annual Meeting, Association of
       American Geographers, February 27- March 3, New York, New York

IX: PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Association of American Geographers (AAG)

AAG Canadian Studies, Cultural Geography, and Historical Geography specialty groups

The Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG)

Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS)




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