SUNY Oneonta News

February 22, 2010
 

GEOGRAPHER APPOINTED AS FELLOW OF SUNY ONEONTA TEACHING, LEARNING, AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER

 

ONEONTA, N.Y. -- Dr. Peter Hayward, Assistant Professor of Geography at the SUNY College at Oneonta, has been selected as a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Fellow for the College’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center. In that role, Dr. Hayward will assist SUNY Oneonta faculty and staff in their use of GIS for their teaching, research, and other work.

Dr. Hayward holds a doctorate in Geography from the University of Connecticut and a master’s in Geography from the University of California--Santa Barbara. At SUNY Oneonta, he teaches courses in Geography, GIS, Medical Geography, and the U.S. and Canada. His research interests include the spatial context of health disparities, the study of childhood pedestrian collisions, and applying automated redistricting techniques to environmental context issues.

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center at SUNY Oneonta assists faculty with the use of technology in teaching and learning. More information about the Faculty Fellows program is available from the Center’s Director, James B. Greenberg, at (607) 436-2701 or greenbjb@oneonta.edu

 

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