Curriculum Vitae (tcu format) October 2016

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22. Memberships in professional organizations



  1. Association of American Geographers

  2. American Geographical Society

  3. Texas Alliance for Geographic Education

  4. Advisory Committee for the Texas Fund for Geography Education, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2008-present. This committee decides on grants from a National Geographic Society endowment fund to universities with independent school district partners for Texas geographic education that average a total of $75,000 per year. I am one of only five members, each appointed by the head of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. This is one of the most important geography committees in the state of Texas.

23. Professionally related honors and awards

a. TCU


  1. Addran College’s Social Science Nominee for the 2010 Deans’ Teaching Awards.

  2. Student Government Association’s Professor of the Semester, Fall 2006.

  3. Professor of the Month, April 2000. Panhellenic Council selection.

  4. Certificate of Appreciation, for service to the Aerospace Studies Department, April 25, 2000.

b. Student Academic Awards

  1. Northwestern University Geography Department Teaching Fellowship: 1976-1977,
    1977-1978, 1979-1980, 1981-1982.

  2. Northwestern University Fellowship: 1978-1979.

  3. Geographic Society of Chicago Fellowship: 1977-1978.

  4. Northwestern University Scholarship: 1976-1977, 1977-1978, 1979-1980.

  5. New York State Regents’ Scholarship: 1968-1973.

24. Other professionally related activities not included in the above categories

a. Workshop Attended



  1. Area Research in the Retail Industry, Applied Geography Conference, Denton, Texas, October 17-18, 1985.

b. Service at other universities

University of Houston - Clear Lake

  1. Faculty, Geography Institute for Teacher, Analyzing Global & Environmental Geography with Space Age Technology, University of Houston - Clear Lake, Summer Sessions 1995 and 1996.

  2. Faculty, SPACE, Space Photography Advances Collaborative Education course for the University of Houston - Clear Lake, Summer Session, 1994.

  3. Member, Development and Implementation Committee, SPACE, Space Photography Advances Collaborative Education course for the University of Houston - Clear Lake, Summer Session, 1994.

San Jacinto College

  1. Member, Lyceum Committee, South Campus, 1995-1996.

  2. “The Geopolitics of Nafta and the Global Economy.” Presented to San Jacinto College Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences District In-Service, January 9, 1995.

  3. Participant, Joint Meeting of San Jacinto College North and Galena Park Independent School District Social Science Faculty, September 13, 1994.

  4. “Nafta, Houston, and San Jacinto College.” Presentation to the San Jacinto College South Division/Department Chair Meeting, April 29, 1994.

  5. Faculty Advisor, Geography Club, Fall 1991-present.

  6. History Fair Judge, San Jacinto College North, April 2, 1993; March 25, 1994; April 7, 1995.

University of Texas at San Antonio - Division and College

  1. Discipline Coordinator, Geography, Division of Social and Policy Sciences (SPS), 1987-1988, 1989-1990, 1990-1991 academic years.

  2. Undergraduate Internship Coordinator, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Spring 1984 to Spring 1986.

  3. Chair, Internship Committee, SPS, Fall 1984 to Spring 1986 and Fall 1987 to Fall 1988.

  4. Chair, Faculty Evaluation Committee, SPS, Fall 1990 to 1991.

  5. Chair, Student Career Planning Committee, SPS, 1988-1989 and 1989-1990.

  6. Member, Honors Program Committee, SPS, Fall 1988 to 1991.

  7. Member, Masters in Public Administration Graduate Studies Committee, SPS, Fall 1985 to 1991.

  8. Grader, Masters in Public Administration Comprehensive Exams, Specializations: Urban and Quantitative, Fall 1983 to 1991.

  9. Member, Internship Committee, SPS, Fall 1986 to Spring 1987.

  10. Member, Committee for Student Scholarly Excellence, SPS, Fall 1984 to Spring 1986.

  11. Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, SPS, Fall 1984 to Spring 1986.

UTSA - University

  1. Associate Member, Graduate Faculty, December 1985 to 1991.

  2. Special Advisor to the U.T.S.A. Library for the David A. Ladensohn Map Exhibit, “In Search of Distant Lands: 500 Years of Map Making,” November 1986 to January 1987.

  3. Master of Ceremonies, Eighth Annual University Life Awards, March 21, 1985 and Ninth Annual University Life Awards, April 4, 1986.

UTSA - Student-Oriented

  1. Faculty Advisor, Student Representative Assembly, Fall 1984 to 1991.

  2. Faculty Advisor, Geography Club: “The Globe Trotters,” Fall 1983 to 1991.

  3. Faculty Sponsor, Gamma Theta Upsilon, University of Texas at San Antonio Chapter, International Geographic Honors Society for Students, Spring 1985 to 1991.

  4. Chief Cook, Fajita Cookout, University Center Program Council Leisure Class, “Fajita Cooking with Dr. Roet,” September 8, 1987.

  5. Co-organizer and host, Geography Careers Nights. April 27, 1984; May 10, 1985, May 16, 1987; May 13, 1988; and May 12, 1989.

  6. Juror, Final Project for ARC 1223, Architectural Design II, May 11, 1987.

  7. Judge, Hawaiian Luau, April 10, 1987.

  8. Judge, Tenth Annual University Life Awards, April 3, 1987.

  9. Judge, Homecoming Court, February 1987.

  10. Volunteer, Peers and Professors for Student Orientation. May 28, 1985; August 19, 1985; and August 26, 1986.

  1. field trips

Field Trips for Texas Christian University Students (outside of the Metroplex)

  1. “The Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in San Francisco.” March 29-April 2, 2016. Six students.

  2. “The Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Chicago.” April 21-24, 2015. Three students.

  3. “The Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Tampa.” April 8-12, 2014. Nine students.

  4. “The Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Los Angeles.” April 9-13, 2013. Nine students.

  5. “Geography of Paris, France.” Nine students from the Geography of Western Europe course. March 11-18, 2013.

  6. “Guatemala.” October 8-12, 2012. With Dr. Tillman. Eleven students. Geography of Religion.

  7. “New York and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” February 24-28, 2012. With Dr. Tillman and Kalli Fullerton. Seven students.

  8. “Paris, France.” March 15-21, 2011. Geography of Western Europe. Eight students.

  9. “Seattle, Washington and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” April 11-16, 2011. Five students.

  10. “Panama.” October 11-15, 2011. Accompanied Dr. Tillman’s Latin America class.

  11. “Washington, D.C. and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” April 14-17, 2010. Ten students.

  12. “Puerto Rico.” October 11-15, 2010. With Dr. Tillman. Twelve students. Geography of Religion.

  13. “Las Vegas and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” March 22-26, 2009. Eight students. Geography of Western Europe, Topical Studies in Geography.

  14. “Rome, Italy.” March 13-20, 2009. Thirteen students. Geography of Western Europe.

  15. “Chihuahua and Copper Canyon, Mexico,” With Dr. Tillman. October 6-11, 2008. Eight students. Urban Geography

  16. “Boston and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” April 15-19, 2008. Twelve students. Geography of the United States.

  17. “San Francisco and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” April 17-22, 2007. Eight students. Geography of Western Europe.

  18. “Barcelona, Spain.” March 10-20, 2007. Twelve students. Geography of Western Europe.

  19. “Puerto Rico.” With Dr. Ben Tillman and Suzanne Keck. October 4-8, 2006. Seventeen students. Urban Geography.

  20. “Chicago and the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” March 7-11, 2006. Seven students. Geography of the United States.

  21. “Oaxaca, Mexico.” October 5-11, 2005. With Dr. Ben Tillman. Fourteen students. Cultural Geography.

  22. “Geography of Rome.” March 14-21, 2005. Eight students. Geography of Western Europe.

  23. “Mexico City.” October 7-11, 2004. With Dr. Ben Tillman. Twelve students. Urban Geography.

  24. “Geography of Italy.” May 10-June 1, 2004. Seventeen students. Summer field studies course. With Dr. James Chambers.

  25. “Costa Rica.” October 8-14, 2003. With Dr. Ben Tillman. Eight students. Cultural Geography.

  26. “Geography of Australia.” July 14-August 4, 2003. Six students. Summer field studies course.

  27. “Geography and History of Rome.” May 18-30, 2003. Eight students. Summer field studies course. With Dr. James Chambers.

  28. “Geography of Paris.” March 11-17, 2003. Eight students. Geography of Western Europe.

  29. “Guatemala.” With Dr. Ben Tillman. Urban Geography. Thirteen students. October 11-16, 2002.

  30. "Geography and History of Rome and Sicily." May 16-29, 2002. Fourteen students. Summer field studies course. With Dr. James Chambers.

  31. "Geography of New York City." March 9-14, 2002. Ten students. Geography of the United States.

  32. "Mainland and Rimland: The Geography of Honduras." October 3-8, 2001. Sixteen students. Cultural Geography. With Dr. Ben Tillman.

  33. "The Geography of Rome and its European Context." March 16-23, 2001. Sixteen students. Geography of Western Europe.

  34. "The Urban and Historical Geography of Mexico City." October 12-16, 2000. Seventeen students. Urban Geography. With Dr. Ben Tillman.

  35. “San Antonio Oasis: A Study in Site and Situation.” April 7-9, 2000. Sixteen students. Geography of the United States.

Field Trips for San Jacinto College Students

  1. “Physical Geography of Galveston Island.” April 16, 1994; September 4, 1994; February 25, 1995; November 5, 1995; February 11, 1996. Average approximately ten students. Physical Geography Course.

  2. “Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and the Fall 1992 Semi-annual Meeting of the Southwest Division of the Association of American Geographers/1992 Annual Applied Geography Conference.” October 22-25, 1992. Ten students. Geography Club.

  3. “Enchanted Rock State Park and San Antonio.” November 22-24, 1991. Ten students. Geography Club.

Field Trips for University of Houston - Clear Lake Students

  1. “Houston CBD.” November 17, 1995. Fifteen students. Urban Geography.

Field Trips for U.T.S.A. Geography Students

  1. “Pacific Northwest.” July 16 - August 10, 1990. Ten students. Geography of the Pacific Northwest (Independent Study).

  2. “New York City.” Spring Breaks: 1983, 1984, 1987, and 1988. November 1989. Average approximately 35 students. Geography of United States and Canada. Urban Geography.

  3. “New Orleans.” November 26-30, 1986. November 25-29, 1987. November 9-13, 1988. Average approximately 25 students. Urban Geography. Geography of United States and Canada. Cultural Geography.

  4. “Egypt and Kenya.” June 8 - July 16, 1985. Ten students. Geography of Africa (Independent Study).

  5. “Baltimore-Washington, D.C. 1989 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.” Spring Break, 1989. Five students. Urban Geography. Cultural Geography.

  6. “Watch San Antonio Wake-Up Field Trip.” Once every semester, Spring 1983 - Fall 1989. Average approximately 100 students. Fundamentals of Geography. Urban Geography.

  7. “Natural Bridge Caverns.” December 2, 1984. November 23, 1985. May 3, 1987. Average approximately ten students. Physical Geography.

  8. “Rio Grande Valley.” November 1-4, 1984. April 10-13, 1986. Average fifteen students. Cultural Geography.

  9. “San Antonio National Weather Service Bureau.” June 24, 1986. July 28, 1987. June 28, 1988. August 1, 1989. June 26, 1990. Average approximately thirty-five students. Weather and Climate.

  10. “Texas Hill Country.” With Dr. Richard Jones. October 9, 1982. Twenty students. Fundamentals of Geography. Physical Geography.

Field Trips for Other Geography Students

  1. “Fort Worth: Site and Situation.” Advanced Placement Institute for Teachers, Texas Christian University, Office of Extended Education, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 17, 2002 and July 18, 2001.

  2. “Dallas, Fort Worth, Galveston and Houston.” University of Hannover, Germany field trip to Texas for geography majors led by Dr. Javier Revilla Diez, including “Texas Core Triangle” lecture, February 22-23 and March 8-10, 1997.

  3. “Physical and Historical Geography of Galveston Island.” Geography Institute for Teachers, University of Houston - Clear Lake, June 14, 1996.

  4. “Houston CBD.” Humboldt University of Berlin field trip to Texas for geography majors led by Dr. Elmar Kulke, including “Texas Core Triangle” lecture, March 25-26, 1996.

  5. “Physical and Human Geography of Galveston Island.” Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, 8th Annual All-Texas Alliance Conference, Houston, Texas, September 25, 1994.

  6. “Field Exploration of Houston and its Environment.” Workshop on Geography and the Environment, Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, Bellaire High School, Bellaire, Texas, June 22, 1994.

  7. “San Antonio Wakes Up.” July 29, 1987. July 22, 1988. July 27, 1988. Summer Institutes in Geographic Education.

  8. “The City and People of San Antonio.” June 14, 1987. Texas A & M Summer Geographic Institute for High School Teachers.

Other Field Trips

  1. “The Big Bend of Texas.” March 24-29, 1986. Guest commentator for the Texas Diplomats Club.


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