I am a Professor at the Department of Geography, San Diego State University. I am interested in a broad range of topics, including health geography, reciprocal human-environment relationships, urban geography, and human adaptations to disasters/hazards. Complexity theory, sociology, demography, geographic information science, quantitative methods and space-time analysis, and landscape ecology leverage theoretical and methodological support toward my research in these domains.
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May 2014: Awardee of the SDSU President's Leadership Fund in 2014, which is aimed at "building on excellence" in support of student success, research and creative endeavors, and community and communication.
January 2014: The 2013-14 Outstanding International Scholar Award at San Diego State University, which annually recognizes a distinguished faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the international arena.
September 2013: Prominent faculty recognized in The Campanile Foundation (TCF) Board Dinner (by SDSU President Elliot Hirshman, Vice President for Research Stephen Welter, and Dean of College of Arts and Letters Paul Wong).