Geography FacultyThe date in parentheses at the end of each entry is the first year as University of Oregon faculty.
J. Bartlein, Professor
Climatology, data analysis and visualization.
B.A., 1972, M.S., 1975, Ph.D., 1978, Wisconsin, Madison. (1982)
Bone, Assistant Professor
GIScience, spatial analysis and modeling.
B.A., 2003, Toronto; M.S., 2005, Ph.D., 2009, Simon Fraser. (2011)
P. Buck, Assistant Professor Geography/Asian
Rural-urban relations, industrialization, political economy, China.
B.A., 1987, CSU Chico; M.A., 1996, UC-Berkeley; Ph.D., 2002, UC-Berkeley. (2008)
Clark, Instructor, Advisor
Political and feminist geography, security and development, Southeast Turkey
B.A., 2004, Oregon; M.A., 2007, Arizona; Ph.D., 2012, Arizona. (2012)
E. Cohen, Associate Professor
Political, environmental, cultural; Middle East.
B.A., 1983, Clark; M.A., 1987, Ph.D., 1991, Chicago. (1996)
A. Fonstad, Associate Professor
Geomorphology, hydrology, remote sensing, environmental simulation.
B.S., 1995, Wisconsin, Madison; M.A., 1997, Ohio; Ph.D., 2000, Arizona State University. (2011)
G. Gavin, Associate Professor
Biogeography, paleoecology, forest ecology.
B.A., 1992, Dartmouth College; M.S., 1997, Ph.D., 2000, U Washington (Seattle). (2006)
Hindery, Assistant Professor
Global economic restructuring of ecosystems, indigenous communities in Latin America/US.
B.A., 1994, University of California-LA; M.A., 1997, University of California-LA; Ph.D., 2003, University of California, Los Angeles. (2007)
Kohler, Adjunct Instructor
Geographic information systems, Cartography, Human-Environmental relations.
A.B., 1989, Princeton; M.A., 1997, Ph.D., 2005, Oregon. (2006)
K. Lobben, Associate Professor
Neurogeography, behavioral geography, geospatial cognition, GIS, cartography.
B.A., 1991, Georgia State University; M.A., 1996, Georgia State University; Ph.D., 1999, Michigan State University. (2004)
Andrew Marcus, Professor and Associate Dean of
Hydrology, geomorphology, remote sensing.
B.S., 1978, Stanford; M.A., 1983, Arizona,; Ph.D., 1987, Colorado. (2001)
F. McDowell, Professor
Geomorphology, river management and restoration, Quaternary environments
B.A., 1971, M.A., 1977, Illinois Institute of Technology; Ph.D., 1980, Wisconsin, Madison. (1982)
E. Meacham, Senior Research Associate
Cartographic design and production, geographic information systems
Administrative and research director, InfoGraphics Laboratory.
B.S., 1984, M.A., 1992, Oregon. (1992)
Meehan, Assistant Professor
Nature-society theory, water governance, Mexico.
B.A., 1999, Oregon; M.Sc., 2005, Oxford; Ph.D., 2010, Arizona. (2010)
B. Murphy, Rippey Chair in Liberal Arts and
Sciences and Professor
Cultural and political geography, Europe, law and geography.
B.A., 1977, Yale; J.D., 1981, Columbia; Ph.D., 1987, Chicago. (1987)
K. Nelson, Associate Professor
Political and cultural geography, migration, critical development theory, gender, Latin America.
B.A., 1990, Oregon; M.A., 1996, Ph.D., 2000, Washington, Seattle. (2000)
Su, Assistant Professor
Cultural politics, tourism and urban conservation, China.
B. Arch., 2000, Southeast University; M. Sc., 2003, Sun Yat-sen University; Ph.D., 2007, National University of Singapore. (2007)
A. Walker, Professor and Department Head
Cultural and political ecology, human-environmental relations, Africa.
B.A., 1986, California, Berkeley; M.S., 1990, Harvard; Ph.D., 1997, California, Berkeley. (1997)
Donald Holtgrieve, adjunct assistant professor (environmental planning, resource management, watershed issues). B.A., 1963, San Diego State; M.A., 1970, California State; Ph.D., 1972, Oregon (2002)
Lynn Songer, adjunct instructor (geographic information systems, summer MA in geographic education supervisor). B.S., 1991, Oregon; M.A., 1994, University of Oregon; Ph.D., 2007, Oregon. (2006)
EmeritiStanton A. Cook, professor emeritus. B.A.., 1951, Harvard; Ph.D., 1960, California, Berkeley. (1960)
Susan W. Hardwick, professor (migration and ethnic geography, geographic education, urban). G.S., 1968, Slippery Rock State University; M.A., 1974, California State University, Chico; Ph.D., 1986, California, Davis. (2000)
Carl L. Johannessen, professor emeritus. B.A., 1950, M.A., 1953, Ph.D., 1959, California, Berkeley. (1959)
Clyde P. Patton, professor emeritus. B.A.., 1948, M.A., 1950, Ph.D., 1953, California, Berkeley. (1958)
Edward T. Price, professor emeritus. B.S., 1937, California Institute of Technology; Ph.D., 1950, California, Berkeley. (1963)
Gary H. Searl, adjunct assistant professor (geographic education, Oregon). B.B.A., 1959, M.S., 1966, Oregon. (1968)
Everett G. Smith Jr., professor emeritus. B.A., 1953, M.A., 1956, Illinois; Ph.D., 1962, Minnesota. (1965)
Alvin W. Urquhart, professor emeritus. B.A., 1953, M.A., 1958, Ph.D., 1962, California, Berkeley. (1960)
Ronald Wixman, professor (religion, nationalism, cultural geography). B.A., 1968, Hunter; M.A., 1972, Columbia; Ph.D., 1978, Chicago. (1975)