A "best-of" collection of my crappy snapshots... found in my galleries.
Amy and I have a lifelong mission to see EVERYTHING this world has to offer. Here is a collection of our trips thus far... Let's go!
I’m Andy, and I’m an academic geographer who serves as an assistant professor of geography at Mansfield University in north central Pennsylvania. Frankly, I’m proud of that fact even if I have to explain when I meet someone exactly what it is a geographer “does.” (While we’re at it: we don’t memorize maps). This is my website, and it has everything about me that you’d ever want to know, and probably even more than that. The links above will get you where you need to go. Enjoy!
"Nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be." -John Lennon
On Wednesday afternoon, students Jonathan Bagg, Wesley Glowitz, colleague Lee Stocks and myself were honored by MU President Francis Hendricks and the Council of Trustees with the President's Coin for Excellence. Read more
We've worked hard to perfect a method to 3D print topographic maps in which slices represent elevation contours. The results of this project are extremely promising, and have resulted in significant coverage in the local media. Read more
Three Mansfield University Geoscience undergraduate students presented their research at the COPLAC Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research Conference this past weekend. I was the co-adviser of two of these projects, along with my colleague Lee Stocks. Read more
Jim, Joe and I just signed a contract with the University of Nebraska Press to publish Geography & the Geoweb, a collection of works from leading scholars in geoweb, Big Data and related studies. Read more
I'm pleased to announce that my collaboration with Emily Fekete, "Re-Constructing the Map: NBC's Geographic Imagination and the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics," has been published by Sociological Research Online. Read more