Curriculum Vitae (tcu format) October 2016

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  • “Geography and Geopolitics of China.” Presented to Geotech 10 and sponsored by National Geographic Society, Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, and the Diocese of Dallas. Held at Bishop Dunne High School, March 6, 1998.

  • “The Two Regions of Italy: North & South.” Presented to the 11th Annual Texas Alliance for Geographic Education Conference, sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education. Held at the Round Rock Independent School District, Round Rock, Texas, October 4, 1997.

  • “Geographic Trends in the Post Cold War World.” Presented to the Cyfair Independent School District Social Studies Inservice Program, Houston, Texas, October 3, 1997.

  • “The American World View is Based on Geography.” Presented to the Ninth Annual Texas Geography & Technology Conference and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and the Diocese of Dallas. Held at Bishop Dunne High School, Dallas, Texas, March 7, 1997.

  • “Geography and the American World View.” Presented to the 1997 Friends of Geography Annual Meeting and sponsored by Friends of Geography (Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education) and Tomball Independent School District. Held at Tomball High School, Tomball, Texas, February 15, 1997.

  • “Historical Geography of Ancient Egypt.” Presented to and sponsored by the Klein Independent School District Social Studies Inservice Program, Klein, Texas, October 7, 1996.

  • “The History and Geopolitics of Yugoslavia.” Presented to the 1996 Friends of Geography Annual Meeting and sponsored by Friends of Geography (Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education) and Clear Creek Independent School District. Held at Brookside Intermediate School, Houston, Texas, February 24, 1996.

  • “Historical Geography of the Texas Core Triangle,” “A Look at the Physical Geography of Africa,” and “Buffer Zones and Folk Fortresses: Germany and the Post-Cold War Geopolitics of Europe.” Three lectures presented to Spring Independent School District Social Studies Inservice Program, sponsored by Spring I.S.D., Spring, Texas, August 25, 1995.

  • “Buffer Zones and Folk-Fortresses: Germany and the Post Cold War Geopolitics of Europe.” Presented to the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, 8th Annual All-Texas Alliance Conference, Houston, Texas, September 24, 1994.

  • “The Houston Metropolitan Area in Environmental Context.” Presented to the Workshop on Geography and the Environment, Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Bellaire High School, Bellaire, Texas, June 21, 1994.

  • “Geography and the Environmental Degradation of the Earth: An Integrated Approach.” Presented to SPACE, Space Photography Advances Collaborative Education course for the University of Houston - Clear Lake, June 9, 1994.

  • “Nafta, the Global Economy, Multiculturalism, and the Teaching Profession.” Repeat of 1994 Keynote address for Friends of Geography Annual Meeting. Presented to and sponsored by Texas Secondary Education Association, San Jacinto College, Houston, Texas, February 23, 1994.

  • “Nafta, the Global Economy, Multiculturalism, and the Teaching Profession.” Keynote address for the 1994 Friends of Geography Annual Meeting presented to primary and secondary teachers and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and the National Geographic Society. Held at Bammel Middle School. Spring Independent School District, Houston, Texas, February 12, 1994.

  • “Resources for Geography Teachers; Five Themes of Geography; Historical Geography of Texas.” Presented to Phi Delta Kappa Inservice, National Research Project in American History and Geography, Friendswood High School, Friendswood, Texas, July 22, 1992.

  • “The Folk-Fortress Concept and the Geopolitics of Europe.” Presented to the Annual Meeting of Friends of Geography, Houston/Galveston Chapter, Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Houston, Texas, February 15, 1992.

  • “Geography and History: Social Science Partners in Secondary Education.” Presented to middle and high school teachers as part of a district in-service program and sponsored by Northside Independent School District, San Antonio, August 29, 1988.

  • “Meteorology.” Presented to middle school Earth Science teachers for Advanced Academic Training and sponsored by the Northside Independent School District, San Antonio, March 10, 1988 and April 21, 1988.

  • “The Geography of San Antonio.” Presented to and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, San Antonio Chapter, February 13, 1988.

  • “Models of Urban Land Use.” “Urban Historical Geography of the United States.” Two lectures presented to the Summer 1987 Geographic Institute for High School Teachers and sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, the National Geographic Society, and the Department of Geography and Planning at Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, July 28, 1987.

  • “Severe Storms.” Presented to and sponsored by the Texas Earth Science Teachers Association, San Antonio, March 15, 1986.



    1. scholarly field trips for academic meetings

    1. “Walking tour of downtown Fort Worth.” Presented to the 2010 33rd Applied Geography Conference, Fort Worth, Texas, October 20, 2010.

    2. “Walking tour of downtown Fort Worth: Exploring the urban, historical, and physical geography of the city.” Field trip conducted for the Texas Council of the Social Studies, October 14, 2006.

    3. “San Antonio as an Oasis: A Study in Site and Situation.” Field trip conducted for the National Council for Geographic Education Annual Meeting, San Antonio, October 28, 1995.

    4. “San Antonio Oasis: A Study in Site and Situation.” Field trip conducted for the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, All-Texas Alliance Workshop, San Antonio, Texas, September 14, 1991.

    5. "San Antonio: Past and Present.” Field trip conducted for the Southwestern Social Science Association meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 30, 1991.



    1. professional service

    1. Member, Advisory Committee for the Texas Fund for Geography Education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2008-2012. This committee decides on grants from a National Geographic Society endowment fund to universities with independent school district partners for Texas geographic education that total an average of $75,000 per year. I am one of five members, each appointed by the head of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

    2. Wine Specialty Group, Association of American Geography, SWAAG Regional Representative, 2008-2012

    3. Review of manuscript submission, Geographical Review, August 2008.

    4. Chair and Discussant, “Public Versus Private: Landownership, Land Use and Environmental Perception,” sponsored by the Historical Geography Specialty Group, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Fort Worth, Texas, April 4, 1997.

    5. College Representative, Friends of Geography, Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, 1995-1996.

    6. Review of proposed World Geography textbook, Wadsworth Publishing Company, December 1995.

    7. Review of manuscript submission, Journal of Geography, August 1995.

    8. Review of manuscript chapters for two World Geography textbooks, Wm. C. Brown Publishers, June-July, 1995.

    9. Review of manuscript submission, Journal of Geography, October 1994.

    10. Member, Planning Committee, 1994 All Texas Alliance for Geographic Education Annual Conference, presented to primary and secondary teachers and sponsored by Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and the National Geographic Society. Held at the University of Houston - Clear Lake, September 24, 1994.

    11. Member, Constitution Formulation Committee, Friends of Geography, Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, 1994.

    12. Review of manuscript, Fundamental Place-Name Geography, 8th edition, by Robert Fuson, Wm. C. Brown Publishers, May 1993.

    13. Chair, 1993 Friends of Geography Annual Meeting, presented to primary and secondary teachers and sponsored by Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, National Geographic Society, Geography Club of San Jacinto College and San Jacinto College. Friends of Geography is the Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education. Held at San Jacinto College-South Campus, February 27, 1993.

    14. Co-founder, Houston Geographical Society, 1991.

    15. Chair, Local Arrangements Committee, Annual State Meeting of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, San Antonio, September 14, 1991.

    16. Member, Local Arrangements Committee, Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, March 27-30, 1991.

    17. Review of manuscript submission, Journal of Geography, February 1991.

    18. Chair, Urban Geography: Selected Topics II, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Baltimore, March 22, 1989.

    19. Director, San Antonio Summer Institute in Geographic Education, “Hands Across the Border: Regional Development in a Bi-National Society,” presented to middle and high school teachers and sponsored by National Geographic Society, Sid W. Richardson Foundation, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, United Services Automobile Association, Southwest Texas State University, Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, and The University of Texas at San Antonio, July 13 - August 2, 1988.

    20. Chair, Applied Economic Geography Session, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Southwest Division, Galveston, November 5, 1987.

    21. Review of manuscript submission, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, September 1988.

    22. Review of manuscript submission, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, June 1988.

    23. Review of manuscript submission, Journal of Geography, November 1987.

    24. Member, Nominations Committee, Association of American Geographers, Southwest Division, 1987.

    25. Review of manuscript submission, Professional Geographer, October 1984.

    17. Academic advising activities



    1. When Dr. Tillman was hired in 2000, we divided the advising duties as follows: he was to be the official advisor which would help in gaining his tenure and I was to be the unofficial advisor, a mentor to help students achieve their goals and dreams. Once Dr. Tillman gained tenure, we did not see the need to change the status quo. Since that time I have averaged at least two or more students per week in this mentoring capacity. I admit that this a rough estimate in that I have never kept a score sheet. I have advised on geography courses, the major, the minor, graduate schools, careers and employment opportunities, travel, internships, independent studies, study abroad, field trips, and personal issues.

    2. advised on geography minor, 1999-2000

    18. Departmental service (include committees)

    1. Organized Semester of Celebration events for newly-established Department of Geography, Fall 2016

    2. Reestablished student geography club and serve as a faculty advisor, Fall 2016

    3. Geography curriculum committee, Chair, 2012-2016

    4. Member, search committee for human-environment geographer (Ashley Coles), 2015-2016.

    5. Taught World Regional Geography (Honors) for the first time, 2014

    6. Member, search committee for economic geographer (Sean Crotty), 2014-2015.

    7. Member, local arrangement committee, Race Ethnicity Place Conference, October 22-24, 2014 in Ft. Worth.

    8. Search committee for GIS position (Kyle Walker) in Urban Geography, 2011-2012

    9. Search committee for geography lecturer position (Sean Crotty), 2011

    10. Undergraduate curriculum committee, Fall 2010

    11. Taught Geography of Religion for the first time, Fall 2007.

    12. Worked with School of Education on a requirement for that school’s students to take World Regional Geography, 2006.

    13. Developed and taught for the first time a graduate geography course in the Neeley School of Business: FINA 70970-080, Special Problems in FINA: Urban/Economic Geography for Real Estate, 1.5 hours credit, MB2, Summer 2005 

    14. Began work on adapting geography courses for the new core, 2004.

    15. Established student geography club and served as faculty advisor, 2004

    16. Undergraduate curriculum committee, 2003-2004

    17. TCU’s geography B.A. major became official in Fall, 2003

    18. Taught Cultural Geography for the first time, Fall 2001

    19. Taught Human Geography and Geography of Western Europe for the first time, Spring 2001

    20. Moderator and Organizer, "Great Decisions 2000: Africa's Place in the World," sponsored by the Fort Worth chapter of the World Affairs Council, TCU Kelly Center, May 8, 2000. Over 40 World Regional Geography students participated.

    21. Taught Urban Geography, the first topical geography course taught at TCU for a long, but undetermined time period, Fall 2000

    22. Taught Geography of US, Spring 2000

    23. Actively participated as a non-voting consultant in search committee for historical Latin American geographer, 1999-2000

    24. Developed course proposal "Global Geopolitics" that was approved by the MLA Advisory Committee and is now identified as MALA 60403, Fall 1999.

    25. Established geography web site on TCU Frog Network, Fall 1999.

    26. Judge for Frog Follies, November 8, 1999.

    27. Joined faculty as the only geographer in the history department, Spring 1999.

    19. College service (include committees)

    1. Member, Addran Curriculum Committee, 2013-2015

    20. University service (include committees) - none

    21. Community activities directly related to professional skills - none

    22. Community Service Presentations



    1. “The Geography of Christmas.” Presented to the Adult Roundtable Sunday School Class, University Christian Church, December 5, 2010.

    2. “Models of Urban Morphology.” Presented to Paschal High School’s AP Human Geography class, April 25, 2009.

    3. “Geopolitics of Iraq and its Neighbors: After the Second Gulf War, Can the US Win the Peace?” Participant in TCU’s “National Teach-in on the War in Iraq,” sponsored by Brite CAPS, University Ministries, Programming Council, International Student Association, Women’s Resource Center, Amnesty International, and Peace Action, Texas Christian University, March 3, 2003.

    4. “Trouble in Ecotopia: The Geography of the Pacific Northwest.” Presented to The Women's Institute, Sunday Lecture Series, Houston, Texas, February 10, 2002.

    5. “Tolerance at the Center of Europe: Geography of the Netherlands.” Presented to and sponsored by the Brenham Women's Leadership Forum and Brenham Community Education, Blinn College, Brenham, Texas, November 12, 2001.

    6. "Geography and Geopolitics of China and East Asia." Presented to a TCU Air Force ROTC student group, April 9, 2001.

    7. “Introducing the Geopolitics of the Persian Gulf.” Presented to a TCU Air Force ROTC student group, January 31, 2000.

    8. “Geography Awareness Week: In Celebration of the Year 2000.” Lecture for 1999 Celebration of Geography Awareness Week presented to area high school students sponsored by the Texas A&M University - Kingsville Geosciences Department, Kingsville, Texas, November 15, 1999.

    9. “The Dissolution of the Soviet Empire and the Future of the Russian Realm.” Presented to a combined TCU Army-Air Force ROTC student group, October 25, 1999.

    10. “Global Economic Trends: A Geographic Perspective.” Presented to Texas Wesleyan University, Mitchell-Reed Lecture Series, September 15, 1998.

    11. “Bosnia and the Balkans.” Presented to Deer Park Rotary Club, Deer Park, Texas, September 13, 1995.

    12. “Economic Characteristics of the United States: A Geographic Perspective.” Presented to the American Degree Program of HELP Institute and sponsored by HELP Institute, The Malaysian Association for American Studies, and the U.S. Information Service, U.S. Embassy to Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 16, 1995.

    13. “Sites and Situation: The Urban Geography of the Texas Core Triangle.” Presented to the 1995 Friends of Geography Annual Meeting and sponsored by Friends of Geography (Houston/Galveston Chapter of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education), Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, National Geographic Society, and Spring Independent School District. Held at Bammel Middle School, Houston, Texas, February 25, 1995.

    14. “The Historical Geography of the Houston Metropolitan Area.” Presented to and sponsored by the Northwest Women’s Club, The Woodlands, Texas, January 12, 1995.

    15. “The Geopolitics of Nafta and the Global Economy.” Presented to and sponsored by the Actuaries’ Club of the Southwest, Houston, Texas, November 17, 1994.

    16. “Nafta, the World, and Houston.” Presented to the South Belt Noon Optimist Club, Houston, Texas, May 26, 1994.

    17. “The Historical Geography of Ancient Egypt.” Presented to the South Belt Noon Optimist Club, Houston, Texas, May 21, 1992.

    18. “The Physical Geography of Africa: An Overview.” Presented in the lecture series “African Perspectives on Economic Development.” Sponsored by Rice University, Office of Continuing Studies and Special Programs, Houston, Texas, January 29, 1992.

    19. “Monsoons Over the Subcontinent: The Physical Geography of India.” Presented in the lecture series “Passage to India: Visions Past and Present.” Sponsored by Rice University, Office of Continuing Studies and Special Programs, Houston, Texas, January 27, 1992.

    20. “Geocultural Factors in the Dissolution of the Soviet Empire.” Presented to the North Channel Kiwanis Club, Houston, Texas, September 18, 1991.

    21. “New Zealand: Change on the Pacific Rim.” Presented to the Texas Diplomats Club, San Antonio, January 31, 1991.

    22. “Kenya and the Environmental Problems of Africa.” Presented to Churchill High School. Third Period Honors World Geography Class, April 23, 1990.

    23. “Egypt and the Middle East.” Presented to Holmes High School First Period Honors World Geography Class, March 2, 1990. “Geography Presentations for the Tom C. Clark High School Academic Octathlon Team.” Presented to the Clark High School Academic Octathlon Team and sponsored by Clark High School, San Antonio; March 13 and 14, 1989.

    24. “Geography Presentations for the Tom C. Clark High School Academic Decathlon Team.” Presented to the Clark High School Academic Decathlon Team and sponsored by Clark High School, San Antonio; October 25, 1988; November 14, 1988; December 5, 1988; January 12, 1989; and January 16, 1989.

    25. “Geography Presentations for the Northside Independent School District Academic Decathlon Teams.” Present to the N.I.S.D. Academic Decathlon Teams and sponsored by the Northside Independent School District, San Antonio, November 21, 1988 and December 14, 1988.

    26. “The Urban Geography of San Antonio.” Presented to and sponsored by Oliver Wendell Holmes High School’s world Geography Honors Class, San Antonio, November 4, 1988.

    27. “Historical Geography of San Antonio.” “Cultural Geography and the Texas Border.” Two lectures presented to the Summer 1988 San Antonio Institute in Geographic Education and sponsored by National Geographic Society, Sid W. Richardson Foundation, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, United Services Automobile Association, Southwest Texas State University, and University of Texas at San Antonio, July 21 and 26, 1988.

    28. “The Geography of the Edwards Aquifer Region.” Presented to the Regional Water Conservation Summit and sponsored by the Edwards Independent Water District, San Antonio, June 17, 1988.

    29. “Geography: Business Applications for the Nineties.” Presented to and sponsored by the San Antonio A & M Club, May 18, 1987.

    30. “Urban Land Use and Land Value.” Presented to and sponsored by the Network for Women in Commercial Real Estate, San Antonio Chapter, May 12, 1987.

    31. “Kenya: Challenges for the Future.” Presented to and sponsored by Harlendale High School’s Fifth Period World Geography Class, April 7, 1987.

    32. “The Impact of Suburban Development on San Antonio.” Presented to and sponsored by the Downtown Breakfast Club, San Antonio, March 10, 1987.

    33. “The Development of the City of New Orleans.” Presented to and sponsored by the Texas Diplomats Club, San Antonio, February 9, 1987.

    34. “How the Edwards Aquifer Works.” Presented to and sponsored by the Optimist Club of Fort Sam Houston, Texas, January 8, 1987.

    35. “Physical and Cultural Geography of San Antonio: What has shaped our city?” Presented to a meeting of Leadership San Antonio. Sponsored by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and the San Antonio Museum of Art, December 3, 1986. With Mr. T.R. Fehrenbach, Mr. Don Everett, and Mr. Maury Maverick, Jr.

    36. “Egypt: A Journey Down the Nile.” Presented to and sponsored by The Texas Diplomats Club, San Antonio, September 8, 1986.

    37. “The Young Adults of Kenya.” Presented to and sponsored by the Harlendale High School’s Fifth Period World Geography Class, March 18, 1986.

    38. “Kenya: A Tale of Two Africas.” Presented to and sponsored by the Texas Diplomats Club, San Antonio, January 21, 1986.

    39. “India.” Presented to and sponsored by the Thousand Oaks Baptist Church Action Class, San Antonio, October 27, 1985.

    40. “The Children of Famine: Primary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Presented and sponsored by the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa Teaching Sorority, San Antonio, November 19, 1985.

    41. “Switzerland and Germany: The Power of Geographic Explanation.” Presented to and sponsored by The Texas Diplomats Club, San Antonio, May 13, 1985.

    42. “Ethiopia, Famine, and Food.” Presented to and sponsored by The American Red Cross San Antonio Area Chapter, San Antonio, December 19, 1984.

    43. “Tourism and the Urban Landscape of San Antonio.” Presented to and sponsored by PEO, San Antonio, May 7, 1984.

    44. “Poverty and Population: The Demographic Transition.” Presented to and sponsored by St. Luke’s Catholic Church, San Antonio, November 16, 1983.

    b. Media Presentations

    1. “Population Growth and Its Consequences in the Third World.” Paragon Cable, Channel 34, San Antonio, December 6, 1989.

    2. “South Texas Sunrise Interview.” KENS-TV, Channel 5, San Antonio, July 26, 1988. Geographical ignorance, field trips, and the Institutes of Geographic Education.

    3. Guest on “Ricci Ware Talk Show,” KTSA-AM Radio, San Antonio, April 4, 1985. Ethiopia and characteristics of Third World countries.

    4. “Good Morning San Antonio Interview,” KSAT-TV, Channel 12, San Antonio, February 8, 1985. Ethiopia, drought, and famine relief.

    5. “Showcase Seven Interview.” Rogers Cablesystems, Channel 11, San Antonio, December 23, 1984. Ethiopia, the Sahel drought, the Green Revolution, and African famine relief.

    6. “Neighborhoods.” KLRN-TV Citysites Series, Channel 9, San Antonio, July 9, 1984. Factors that influence neighborhood change.


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