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									                                  CHRISTINE DRAKE

710 Connecticut Avenue                     Department of Political Science and Geography
 Norfolk, VA 23508                         Old Dominion University
757-627-4226                               Norfolk, Virginia 23529-0088
                                           Telephone: 757-683-3849
                                           Fax: 757-683-4763
                                           PE-Mail: CDrake@odu.edu

EDUCATION

   Ph.D. in Geography: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1977.
   M.Phil. in Geography: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1970.
      Grade Point Average 1.0 (1.0 = A).
   M.A. in Geography: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1969.
   M.A. in Geography (honorary): Oxford University, 1969.
   B.A. (First Class, honors) in Geography: Oxford University, Oxford, England, 1964.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

   University Professor, Old Dominion University, 1998-2002.
   Professor of Geography, Old Dominion University, 1990-present.
   Professor of Geography (visiting), Universitas Andalas, Padang, W. Sumatra, Indonesia, Spring
      1996.
   Director, Old Dominion University Model United Nations Program, 1988-1993.
   Associate Professor of Geography, Old Dominion University, 1983-1990.
   Director of the Geography Program, Spring 1987 and 1980-1983.
   Assistant Professor of Geography, Old Dominion University, 1979-1983.
   Assistant Professor of Geography, State University of New York, College at Geneseo, NY,
      1977-79.
   Adjunct Professor of Geography, Rutgers University, Spring 1977.
   Visiting Professor, part-time, Institut Keguruan Ilmu Pendidikan (Teachers College), Manado,
      North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 1972-75; and at the Universitas Kristen Indonesia di Tomohon
      (the Indonesian Christian University in Tomohon), North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 1971-75.
   Administrative Assistant, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ, 1966-67.
   Geography Teacher, Unity High School, Khartoum, Sudan (Voluntary Service Overseas),
      1964-66.
   Teacher and aide, Home d'Enfants les Gentianes, Crans-sur-Sierre, Valais, Switzerland, 1961.


HONORS, DISTINCTIONS, AND GRANTS AWARDED

   Nominated for the 2002 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching U.S. Professors
     of the Year award, 1999 and 2002.
  Outstanding Faculty Award by the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia (SCHEV),
      1999.
  Awarded a grant for $174,672 from the National Endowment for the Humanities for a 5-week
      summer institute in 1999 for high-school French teachers on "La Francophonie: A Study of
      the Literature and Cultural Geography of French-speaking West Africa with a Focus on
      Senegal." August 1998.
  Awarded University Professorship at Old Dominion University, August, 1998.
  Selected as most inspiring faculty member by Dominion Scholar, Lori Hildebrand, May 1998.
  Award for the article with the best content May/June 1996-March/April 1997 in the Journal of
      Geography presented by the National Council for Geographic Education at the 1997 annual
      meeting in Orlando FL, Oct. 1997.
  Awarded a grant for $178,619 from the National Endowment for the Humanities for a 5-week
      summer Institute for high-school French teachers in 1997 on "La Francophonie: A Study of
      the Literature and Cultural Geography of French-Speaking West Africa with a Focus on
      Senegal." August 1996.
  Awarded a Fulbright lecturing/research award for Indonesia for Spring 1996.
  Elected to membership in the Golden Key National Honor Society, Fall 1994.
  Selected as a lecturer on the University of Pittsburgh's Semester at Sea Program, Fall 1993.
  Awarded two National Endowment for the Humanities grants for Summer Institutes for high
      school French teachers on "La Francophonie: A Study of the Literature and Cultural
      Geography of Selected Regions of the French-speaking World." Held at Old Dominion
      University in 1993 and 1994. Awarded $168,000 in 1993; $177,000 in 1994.
  Robert L. Stern Award for Excellence in Teaching, Old Dominion University, 1992.
  Distinguished Scholar Award in Geography. Virginia Social Science Association, 1990.
  East Asian Faculty Development Seminar 1988-89. Travel to China and Japan, 1989.
  Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad, visit to the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and the Yemen
      Arab Republic, 1987.
  Elected to membership in Phi Kappa Phi, 1986.
  Distinguished Teaching Achievement Award, National Council for Geographic Education, 1984.
  Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad in Africa (with Dr. Jerome B. Weiner), 1983.
  U.S. Office of Education, grant to develop a course on Women in Developing Countries,
      Summer 1980.
  National Defense Education Act Title IV Fellowship, 1967-69.
  Oxford University, Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement, 1964.


PUBLICATIONS

  1. Books and Chapters in Books

  Oman. Seattle, WA.: Educare Press. Forthcoming.
  "Indonesia." Slide-illustrated essay in Lo, Gersmehl, Miller, and Mitchell, Locations, Patterns,

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    Regions: Introduction to Geography and accompanying CD-ROM: Expeditions in
    Geography. McGraw Hill. 2001.
"Ivoirians." in Worldmark Encyclopedia of Cultures and Daily Life. Volume 1. Africa. Detroit,
    MI: Gale Research, 1998: 226-230.
"The United Nations and IGOsFuture Roles," in Reordering the World, edited by George J.
    Demko and William B. Wood. Westview Press, 1994, pp. 243-267.
"Colonial VirginiaJamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown." published in Touring North
    America: Capital Region, edited by Anthony R. de Souza and Cotton Mather. New
    Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1992, pp. 79-105.
National Integration in Indonesia: Patterns and Policies. 376 pages. Honolulu: University of
    Hawaii Press, 1989.

2. Articles in Scholarly Journals

One Country or Many? Prospects for the Future of Indonesia. Education About Asia, 5
    (Winter 2000): 19-24.
National Integration in Indonesia, in The Woodrow Wilson Center Asia Program Special
    Report, Ethnic and Religious Conflict in Indonesia: A Crisis of Nationhood? ed. Alexei Kral.
    Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, July 1999, pp. 2-11.
"Geographic Dimensions of Indonesia's Increasing Importance in the World." Education About
    Asia, 3 (Spring 1998):19-26.
"Water Resource Conflicts in the Middle East." Journal of Geography 96 (January/February
    1997): 4-12.
 "National Integration in China and Indonesia." Geographical Review, 82 (July 1992): 295-312.
"Filipinos in Virginia." Virginia Geographer 22 (Fall-Winter 1990): 31-43.
"Oman: Traditional and Modern Adaptations to the Environment." Focus (The American
    Geographical Society) 38 (Summer 1988): 15-20.
"Educating for Responsible Global Citizenship," Journal of Geography 86
    (November-December 1987): 300-306.
"Gender Matters: Response to the Special Issue on Population, Food, and Farming in the Journal
    of Geography 84 (November-December 1985), co-authored with Janice Monk, et al., Journal
    of Geography 85 (July-August 1986): 142.
"The Challenge to Promote Understanding of and Change Attitudes Toward the Third World."
    Invited and published by Educational Resources Information Center, 1984.
"Sexist Bias in Political Geography," co-authored with June Horton. Political Geography
    Quarterly 2 (October 1983): 329-337.
"Teaching about Third World Women." Journal of Geography, 82 (July-August 1983): 163-169.
"Controversy Over the Use of a Coastal State Park: The Case of False Cape." Journal of Coastal
    Zone Management 10 (1982): 97-124.
"The Spatial Pattern of National Integration in Indonesia." Transactions, Institute of British
    Geographers, New Series 6 (1981): 471-490.
"The Sociocultural Dimension of National Integration in Indonesia." Tijdschrift voor
    Economische en Sociale Geografie (Journal of Economic and Social Geography of the Royal
    Dutch Geographical Society) 72 (1981): 334-346.

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  "National Integration and Public Policies in Indonesia." Studies in Comparative International
     Development 15 (Winter 1980): 59-84.
  "The Need for Increased Emphasis on Rural Development in Indonesia." 1978 Proceedings of
     the Middle States Division, A.A.G. (October 1979): 25-28.


  3. Other

  Grant application to the National Endowment for the Humanities for a summer institute for
     teachers on Islamic Civilization through Architecture and Geography, February, 2003.

  Website on West Africas ancient empires (developed by Ben Swecker of Prince William
    County Public Schools for the Virginia Department of Education,) 2002.

  2 sets of slides with explanatory notes: a) Cultural Diversity in Indonesia and b) Agriculture in
      Indonesia. Argus Project, Images of the ARG World CD, Association of American
      Geographers, 2001.

  Water Resource Conflicts in the Middle East. The World and I, 15 (September 2000):298-
  311.

  12 book reviews in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Political Geography,
      The Professional Geographer, Geographical Review, Journal of Regional Science, and
      Geographical Survey.

  2 slide sets of 60 slides and commentary on Côte dIvoire and Tanzania by NCGE/GPN
      (University of Nebraska, Lincoln), 1984.

  Several articles in newspapers and other publications.


WORK IN PROGRESS

  Islamic civilization through architecture and geography
  Islamic landscapes in SE Asia, C. Asia, and NW Africa
  Changes in the spatial patterns of national integration and development in Indonesia.


PAPERS PRESENTED AT ACADEMIC CONFERENCES (selected, since 1982)

  Islamic Landscapes of Southeast Asia. Annual meeting of the Southeast Division of the
     Association of American Geographers. Richmond, VA, November, 2002.
  Geographical Perspectives on Islam in Indonesia. Annual meeting of the National Council for
     Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA, October, 2002.
  Development Contrasts between Myanmar and Thailand. Annual meeting of the Association

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    of American Geographers , Los Angeles, March, 2002.
Traveling in the Developing World: Insights from Myanmar. Annual meeting of the National
    Council for Geographic Education, Vancouver, Canada, August, 2001.
Mali: from Ancient Empire to Modern State. Annual meeting of the Association of American
    Geographers, New York City, March, 2001.
Development Challenges in West Africa. Annual meeting of the National Council for
    Geographic Education, Chicago, IL, August, 2000.
Will Indonesia Fragment Further? Annual meeting of the Association of American
    Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 2000.
Senegal in 2050: A Microcosm of the Developing World? Annual meeting of the Virginia
    Social Science Association, Richmond, VA, March, 2000.
"Oman: Thirty Years of Remarkable Development. Annual meeting of the National Council for
    Geographic Education. Boston, MA, October, 1999.
National Integration in Indonesia, at The Woodrow Wilson Center Asia Program.
    Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, June, 1999.
The Value of Studying Literature in its Geographical Context, at the meeting of the African
    Literature Association in Fez, Morocco, March, 1999.
Francophone Africa: The French Legacy in Senegal, Mali, and Madagascar, at the annual
    meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Honolulu, Hawaii, March, 1999.
"Indonesia at 50: Changes and Challenges." Annual meeting of the National Council for
    Geographic Education. Indianapolis, IN, October, 1998.
"Islamic Landscapes of Senegal and Mali." Annual meeting of the Southeastern Region Middle
    East and Islamic Studies Seminar, Boone, NC, October, 1998.
"Cultural Landscapes of Senegal and Mali." Graduate colloquium, Indiana State University,
    Indianapolis, IN, October, 1998.
"Mapping cultures." National Endowment for the Humanities Directors" Meeting, Washington,
    DC, October 1998.
"Development Challenges in Senegal and Mali: A Comparative Study." Annual meeting of the
    Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA, March 1998.
"Discovering Mali: Developing the Hard to Develop." Annual meeting of National Council for
    Geographic Education. Orlando, FL, October, 1997.
"Changing Paradigms in Indonesia's Development: From Core-Periphery to West-East
    Contrasts." Annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Fort Worth, TX,
    April 1997.
"From Aceh to Lampung: Cultural Diversity within Sumatra in Indonesia." Annual meeting of
    the National Council for Geographic Education, Santa Barbara, CA, October 1996.
"Water Resource Conflicts in the Middle East." Annual meeting of the National Council for
    Geographic Education, San Antonio, TX, October 1995.
"Distance Learning," in a session on New Dimensions in Learning. Annual meeting of the
    Virginia Social Science Association, Virginia Beach, VA, March 1995.
"Oman: A Model for Development?" Annual meeting of the Association of American
    Geographers, Chicago, March 1995.
"Insights from the Semester at Sea Program." Southeast Division of the Association of American
    Geographers, Virginia Beach, VA, November 1994.


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"Crucial Aspects of Development: Recognizing Women's Needs and Potentials." Invited paper at
    the Conference on Deconstructing and Reconstructing Development, University of Iowa,
    April 1994.
"The Ambivalent Effect of the French on the Maghrebi Landscape." Annual meeting of the
    Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA, April 1994.
"Combining French Literature and the Cultural Geography of La Francophonie in a Summer
    Institute for High School Teachers." Annual meeting of the National Council for Geographic
    Education, Halifax, Nova Scotia, August 1993.
"La Francophonie: Its Diversity and Commonalities." Annual meeting of the Association of
    American Geographers, Atlanta, GA, April 1993.
"The Changing Nature and Role of the United Nations," Annual meeting of the National Council
    for Geographic Education, Santo Domingo, September 1992.
"Geographical Research in Indonesia: Overview and Prospect." Annual meeting of the
    Association of American Geographers, San Diego, CA, April 1992.
"Europe's International Capitals," Annual meeting of the National Council for Geographic
    Education. St. Paul, MN, October 1991.
"Tourism in Indonesia." Annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Miami,
    FL, April 1991.
"Model United Nations as an Experience in Learning." Annual meeting of the National Council
    for Geographic Education. Williamsburg, VA, November 1990.
"A Comparison of National Integration in China and Indonesia." Annual meeting of the
    Association of American Geographers, Toronto, Canada, April 1990.
"Filipinos in Virginia: A Preliminary Analysis." Annual meeting of the Virginia Social Science
    Association, Harrisonburg, VA, April 1990.
"Development Challenges in China." Annual meeting of the National Council for Geographic
    Education, Hershey, PA, October 1989.
"The Struggle to Develop in the Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen)." Annual meeting of the
    Virginia Social Science Association, Blacksburg, VA, April 1989.
"Female Immigration to the United States During the 1970s." Annual meeting of the Association
    of American Geographers, Baltimore, MD, March 1989.
"Focusing on the Positive in Third World Development." Annual meeting of the National
    Council for Geographic Education, Snowbird, UT, October 1988.
"The United Arab Emirates, Oman, and the Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen): Traditional
    Lifestyles and Modern Development." Annual meeting of the Association of American
    Geographers. Phoenix, AZ, April 1988.
"The Diversity of Landscapes and Development Patterns in the U.A.E., Oman, and North
    Yemen." The Society of Women Geographers, Washington, D.C., January 1988.
"Contrasting Landscapes and Traditional Development Patterns in the United Arab Emirates,
    Oman, and North Yemen." Annual meeting of the National Council for Geographic
    Education, Springfield, MO, October 1987.
"The Physical Geography of the U.A.E., Oman, and N. Yemen and Responses to it."
    Semi-annual meeting of the Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar,"
    Boone, NC, September 1987.


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  "Indonesia: The Impact of Economic Growth on Development Patterns." National meeting of the
      Association of American Geographers, Portland, OR, April 1987.
  "Critical Writing Assignments in Geography: Film and Television Program Critiques." Annual
      meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education, Chicago, IL, October 1986.
  "Government Policies in Indonesia: to what extent have they mitigated or exacerbated the
      uneven distribution of natural resources in Indonesia?" Applied Geography Conference, West
      Point, NY, October 1986.
  "Changing Patterns in the Sociocultural Dimension of Indonesian National Integration." National
      meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Minneapolis, MN, May 1986.
  "Population Growth and its Impact in Indonesia." Annual meeting of the Southeastern Division
      of the Association of American Geographers, Chapel Hill, NC, November 1985.
  "Change and Development in Indonesia: 1975-1985." Meeting of the Southeast Regional Middle
      East and Islamic Studies Seminar, Laurinburg, NC, October 1985.
  "Understanding the Global Economy." Old Dominion University Conference on Faith, Justice
      and the Economic System. Norfolk, VA, November 1984.
  "The Challenge to Promote Understanding of and Change Attitudes Toward the Third World."
      Annual meetings of the National Council for Geographic Education, Toronto, Canada,
      October 1984.
  "Contrasting Patterns of Development: Ivory Coast and Tanzania." National meeting of the
      Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April 1984.
  "Spatial Differences in the Impact of Development on Women in the Ivory Coast and Tanzania."
       Annual meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education, Ocho Rios, Jamaica,
      October 1983.
  "A Spatial Analysis of Indonesia's National Elections, 1955-1982." National meeting of the
      Association of American Geographers, Denver, CO, April 1983.
  "Survey of Attitudes Toward the Third World." Fifth Annual Third World Conference, Omaha,
      NE, October 1982.


GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS (selected)

  Awarded 4 grants for $168,000 to $178,000 each from the National Endowment for the
     Humanities to direct and teach in four summer institutes for high-school French teachers: two
     5-week institutes on La Francophonie: A Study of the Literature and Cultural Geography of
     French-speaking West Africa with a Focus on Senegal, (held in both Norfolk, VA and
     Dakar, Senegal, 1997 and 1999) and two 4-week institutes on La Francophonie: A Study of
     the Literature and Cultural Geography of Selected Regions of the French-speaking World,
     held at Old Dominion University in 1993 and 1994.
  Old Dominion University, Arts and Letters Research Grants, 1994, 1988, 1985, 1981, and 1980.
  Old Dominion University, Summer Research Grant, Summer 1980.
  U.S. Office of Education grant to develop a course on Women in Developing Countries,
     Summer 1980.
  National Defense Education Act Title IV Fellowship, 1967-69.

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CONFERENCE, WORKSHOP, AND OTHER LEADERSHIP (selected)

  Gave presentations on West African Kingdoms and Empires, Mali: Ancient and Modern,
     Development Challenges in Africa, Southeast Asia in Transition, Ethnic Conflict in
     Indonesia and Southeast Asia, and Islam in Indonesia , at twelve teacher workshops in
     Richmond, Charlottesville, Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Warrenton, VA, May
     2001 to January 2003.

  Director of the Title VI grant on Strengthening Asian Studies at Old Dominion University.
     U.S. Department of Education, August 2001 - June 2002.

  Leader of workshop on La Francophonie with a Focus on West Africa, for high-school
     history, language, and geography teachers. Virginia Beach, VA March, 2000.

  Organizer, chair, and/or panel member at numerous sessions in professional meetings of the
     Association of American Geographers, National Council for Geographic Education,
     Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar, Virginia Social Science
     Association, Southeast Division of the Association of American Geographers, Association of
     Women in Development, and others.

  Leader of several workshops on global population problems, hunger, and environmental issues.

  Lecturer on a variety of topics including AIDS in Africa, Peru, Mali, Senegal, Islamic
     architecture in West Africa, Southeast Asia, Geopolitics of Health, Women in Developing
     Countries, Third World Education in Undergraduate Curricula, Conditions in the Developing
     World, Environmental Issues, World Food and Hunger Issues, Global Population Problems,
     World Refugees, Energy and Ecology, Wise Use of the Worlds Resources, Coastal
     Management, the United Nations, Africa, Indonesia, Sudan, South Africa, Oman, China,
     Japan, Spain, and others.

  Organizer of many geography field experiences for student groups in Mali, Senegal, Indonesia,
     China, Taiwan, Japan, India, Ukraine, Greece, Turkey, Morocco, the Netherlands, Belgium,
     France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Egypt, Sudan, and the Gambia. Participant in
     innumerable geography field work experiences including those in South Africa and
     Madagascar, Portugal, Sicily, Spain, Indonesia, Oman, Syria, Israel, Jordan, Hong Kong,
     Malaysia, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, Oman,
     Yemen, Jamaica, England, Scotland, and many parts of the United States.

  Coordinator of all the field trips for the national meetings of the National Council for Geographic
     Education, Williamsburg, VA, November 1990 and leader of a field trip for the International
     Geographical Congress, 1992.




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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  Deputy leader of the faculty field trip to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand, summer 2001, in
     connection with the Department of Education Title VI grant on strengthening the Asian
     Studies Program at Old Dominion University.

  Director of the Model United Nations Society, with responsibility for a variety of activities
     including organizing a college conference each Fall and a large (1100-plus student) high
     school conference each Spring, preparing the ODU team for participation in national and
     international MUN conferences etc., 1988-1993. Took teams of students to international
     Model United Nations conferences in the Hague, Netherlands, and Cairo, Egypt, 1990-93.

  Coordinator and organizer of the Great Decisions programs at different locations in the Hampton
     Roads area, 1988-1993.

  Co-leader of the field experience for faculty to visit Côte d'Ivoire and Tanzania (Fulbright-Hays
     Group Travel Abroad Program) and participant in the Faculty Development Seminar to
     Strengthen Third World and Non-Western Studies at Old Dominion University," funded by
     the U.S. Office of Education.

  Faculty Sponsor, Old Dominion University, Political Science and Geography Club (1979-81).
     Organizer, ODU Geography Club, 1981-82. Faculty sponsor, 1987-1988.

  Appointed to the National Council for Geographic Education Teaching Achievement Awards
     Committee, 1993-1995.

  Elected to the Executive Committee of the Virginia Social Science Association (1994-97).

  Reviewer of a number of book manuscripts, and textbooks including Barbara A. Weightman,
     Dragons and Tigers: A Geography of South, East, and Southeast Asia, James Fonseca's The
     Geography of Virginia, Harm de Blij and Martin Glassner's Systematic Political Geography,
     and Harm de Blij and Alexander B. Murphys Human Geography: Culture, Society, and
     Space.

  Reviewer of a number of articles published in the Geographical Review, Annals of the
     Association of American Geographers, The Professional Geographer, Education about Asia,
     and the Virginia Social Science Journal, and research proposals from the National Science
     Foundation, the Research Council of Canada, the Japan Foundation, and the National
     Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration.

  Executive Board, National Council for Geographic Education, 1986-89.

  Executive Board, Friends of Women's Studies, Old Dominion University, 1987-1993.


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  Editorial Adviser, The Virginian Geographer.

  Review Editor, Virginia Social Science Journal.

  Director of the Political Geography Specialty Group, and the Specialty Group on Geographic
     Perspectives on Women of the Association of American Geographers 1981- 83.

  Member of the Theology and Culture Committee of Norfolk Presbytery, 1982-1989.

  Hunger Task Force of Norfolk Presbytery, 1985-1988.

  President and Secretary-Treasurer of the Asian Geographers Specialty Group of the Association
     of American Geographers, 1981-83.

  Committee on Affirmative Action, Association of American Geographers, 1983-1991.

  Executive Board of the Virginia Geographical Society, 1982.

  Organizer of public film showings of a number of geographical and topical films.

  Organizer of World Food Day activities each year.


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

  Project director of a Department of Education Title VI grant on Strengthening Asian Studies at
     Old Dominion University, 2001-2002.
  Project director of two five-week Summer Institute on "La Francophonie: A Study of the
     Literature and Cultural Geography of French-Speaking West Africa with a Focus on
     Senegal," sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities for twenty-four high
     school French teachers, 1997 and 1999.
  Director and organizer of two four-week Summer Institutes on La Francophonie, each for thirty
     high school French teachers, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1993
     and 1994.
  Faculty Adviser of the Model United Nations Society, with responsibility for a variety of
     activities including organizing a college conference each Fall and a high school conference
     each Spring, preparing the ODU team for participation in national and international MUN
     conferences etc., 1988-1993. Budget director of the Model UN budget of approximately
     $70,000, 1989-1993.
  Co-director of the United Nations Seminar, held each November at the United Nations, New
     York. 1989-1993.
  Coordinator and organizer of the Great Decisions programs at different locations in the Hampton
     Roads area, 1988-1993.

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  Co-leader and Chairperson of the search committee for the Group Project Abroad in Africa field
      trip to Côte d'Ivoire and Tanzania, 1983.
  Director of the Geography Program, Old Dominion University (Spring 1987 and 1980 to 1983).
      As Director, I coordinated the development of the new B.A. program in Geography which
      began in August 1980. This included designing the new curriculum, initiating new courses,
      advising majors, ordering new library resources, audio-visual materials, and cartographic
      equipment, upgrading the map collection in the department, preparing publicity about the
      Geography program, maintaining bulletin boards, coordinating the search for both a
      temporary and a new, tenure-track assistant professor, arranging informal meetings for
      geography majors, etc.
  Chairperson of the Geography Committee, Old Dominion University (1979-80). As Chairperson,
      I handled the correspondence and arrangements for the hiring of two new assistant professors
      who joined the department in August 1980, and coordinated geography activities within the
      department.
  Co-leader and Summer 1981 Director of the Third World Faculty Development Seminar which
      was the major component in the "Program to Strengthen Third World and Non-Western
      Studies at Old Dominion University," funded by the U.S. Office of Education. Faculty
      Sponsor, Old Dominion University, Political Science and Geography Club (1979-81).
      Organizer, ODU Geography Club (1981-82). Faculty sponsor, 1987-1988.
  Interim Director of International Programs (Summer 1980).
  Administrative Assistant, Educational Testing Service with responsibility for test rescheduling
      and overseas testing problems (1966-67).


OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  Presented a series of lectures on the Geography of Agriculture at the Advanced Placement
     Training Institute on Human Geography at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA,
     July, 1998.
  Presented a workshop on "The Relevance of Geography to Foreign Language Study:
     Francophone West Africa." California Language Teachers Association, San Jose, CA,
     April, 1998.
  Gave a presentation on the different cultural landscapes of Africa at a workshop on Africa for
     teachers at St. Mary's in the Woods College in Terre Haute, IN, April, 1995.
  Gave two presentations on the geography of the Middle East at two Middle East Workshops for
     Middle and Secondary School Teachers at the University of South Carolina (1994) and at
     Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1993.
  Appointed to the National Council for Geographic Education Teaching Achievement Awards
     Committee, 1993-1995.
  Elected to the Executive Committee of the Virginia Social Science Association, 1994-97.
  Led a team of ODU students to take part in the International Model United Nations Conference
     in Cairo, Egypt, March 1993.
  Lectured on the Cunard cruise ship, the Sagafjord, on the segment of its world cruise between
     Sydney, Australia and Singapore. February 1991 and 1995.

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Coordinated all the field trips for the national meetings of the National Council for Geographic
   Education, Williamsburg, VA, November 1990.
Took part in the International European Model United Nations Conference in the Hague,
   Netherlands, July, 1990 and 1991.
Reviewer of a number of articles published in the Geographical Review, Annals of the
   Association of American Geographers, The Professional Geographer, GeoJournal, and the
   Virginia Social Science Journal.
Reviewer of a number of research proposals from the National Science Foundation, the Research
   Council of Canada, the Japan Foundation, and the National Geographic Society Committee
   for Research and Exploration.
Executive Board, National Council for Geographic Education, 1986-89.
Executive Board, Friends of Women's Studies, ODU, 1987 to 1993.
Took part in the United Nations Seminar, November 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992.
Member, NCGE Women in Geographic Education Committee, 1984-87.
Editorial Adviser, The Virginian Geographer.
Review Editor, Virginia Social Science Journal.
Director of the Political Geography Specialty Group, and the Specialty Group on Geographic
   Perspectives on Women of the Association of American Geographers (1981 to present).
Member of the Theology and Culture Committee of Norfolk Presbytery (1982 to 1989).
Hunger Task Force of Norfolk Presbytery (1985-1988).
President (and formerly Secretary-Treasurer) of the Asian Geographers Specialty Group of the
   Association of American Geographers (1983).
Appointed by the Executive Council of the AAG to the Committee on Affirmative Action
   (1983-1991).
Appointed to the Executive Board of the Virginia Geographical Society (1982).
Organizer, Geography Field trip to investigate different coastal landforms in southeastern
   Virginia (April 1980 and October 1981).
Organizer of a display of geography at ODU at the meeting of the Southeast Division of the
   Association of American Geographers in Blacksburg, VA (1980) and Atlanta, Ga (1981).
Taught in 2 extended workshops on the Middle East for high school teachers, at Old Dominion
   University and at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, 1981 and 1982.
Organizer of public film showings of a number of geographical and topical films.
Supervisor, Geography Internship Program of a student from Salem State College, MA, at the
   Southeast Virginia Planning District Commission (Summer 1980).
Organizer of a field trip for students at SUNY, Geneseo to attend the regional meetings of the
   Association of American Geographers at C.W. Post College on Long Island, NY (Spring
   1978).
Organizer of a library display of materials on the European Community (Spring 1978).
Translated and wrote abstracts of Indonesian articles for publication in Population Index
   (1975-77).
Prepared and translated geographical and other materials into Indonesian for students at the
   teachers' college and Christian university in Indonesia.
Requested and distributed maps solicited from the U.S. and U.K. to schools and colleges in
   Indonesia.

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  Supervised a Master's thesis on changing land use in Southern Sulawesi (in Indonesian).
  Taught English to a variety of professional and student groups in Indonesia. This provided
     insight into the rich Indonesian culture in which I lived for five years.
  Supervised and administered E.T.S. tests.


  MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES OR SUBSCRIBER TO

  Association of American Geographers
  Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar
  The United Nations Association of the USA
  Population Reference Bureau
  Worldwatch Institute
  Development Forum
  The Interdependent
  Phi Kappa Phi
  Golden Key National Honor Society
  National Council for Geographic Education
  Sierra Club
  Audubon Society
  Amnesty International
  Natural Resources Defense Council
  World Wildlife Fund
  Wilderness Society
  Environmental Defense Fund
  Economist


COMMITTEE WORK AT OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  University Outstanding Faculty Awards Committee, 1999-present
  University Professors Committee, 1999-2000
  University Faculty Senate, Spring 1995, 1996-1998, 2002-present
  University Faculty Senate Committee D, Fall 1996-97
  University Asian Studies Committee, 1997-present
  University Strategic Planning Committee, 1992-93
  University Ph.D. in International Studies Search Committee for two senior professors, 1992-93
  University Ph.D. in International Studies Director Recruitment Committee 1991-92
  University Scholarship Committee, 1991-95
  University International Programs Director Search Committee 1988-89
  University Faculty Senate Committee L (Academic Support Services) 1988-89
  University Affirmative Action Committee 1982-1986
  University International Programs Council 1979-1988 and 1990-92


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  College of Arts and Letters BAIS committee
  College of Arts and Letters Instruction Committee 1996-2002 (chair 1999-2000)
  College of Arts and Letters Instructional Environment Committee
  College of Arts and Letters Curriculum Committee 1988-90, 2002-present
  College of Arts and Letters Ph.D. in International Studies Committee
  College of Arts and Letters Budget Committee 1994-95
  College of Arts and Letters Elections Committee 1993-95
  College of Arts and Letters Long Range Planning Committee 1981-88; Chair 1987-88 and 1990-
     91, 1995-96
  College of Arts and Letters Advisory Council 1979-81, and 1990-93
  College of Arts and Letters Visiting Scholars and Artists Committee 1979-80
  College of Arts and Letters Women's Studies Committee
  College of Arts and Letters M.A.I.S. Advisory Committee
  Department of Political Science and Geography Graduate Studies Advisory Committee
  Department of Political Science and Geography, Chair of the Resources and of the Program
     Planning and Evaluation Committees 1989-93 and 1994-7, 1998-2002
  Department of Political Science and Geography Promotion and Tenure Committee
  Department of Political Science and Geography, Geography Search Committee, 1995, 2000


INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

  Lived for more than 3 months in: U.K., Switzerland, Sudan, the Netherlands, Indonesia.
      Traveled extensively within each country.
  Traveled in Peru, Dominica, St. Lucia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Ghana,
      Burkina Faso, Senegal, Mali, the Gambia, Portugal, Norway, Morocco, Ukraine, India,
      Taiwan, Malaysia, Greece, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Ireland, Cyprus,
      Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Côte d'Ivoire, Tanzania,
      Kenya, Thailand, Singapore, Jamaica, Mexico, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Oman, N.
      Yemen, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Czechoslovakia, Liechtenstein, Australia, Malaysia,
      Papua New Guinea, Dominican Republic, South Africa, and Madagascar.
  Participated as a faculty member in the University of Pittsburgh's Semester at Sea program,
      visiting ten countries in Fall 1993.

LANGUAGES

  Native language: English
  Other languages read and spoken: Indonesian, French

CITIZENSHIP

  U.S.




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Courses taught:

Geog 100          Cultural Geography
Geog 126          Cultural Geography (honors section)
Geog 305U         World Resources
Geog 320          Political Geography
Geog 405W/505     Seminar in International Resource Management
Geog 452U/552     Africa
Geog 453U/553     Asia
Geog 620          Seminar in Political Geography




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