Theory, technique, application: these are the three pillars to each of Dr. Huff’s Geographic Information System (GIS) classes. From identifying blighted properties, designing a walking tour map of Oxbow Meadows for visitors to use while hiking, or mapping and analyzing the firebombings that occurred in Columbus in the summer of 1971, CSU students learn to use GIS to change the way people see - and understand - the world.
Check back in August to see what the department will be doing during the Fall semester.
"Since graduating from CSU, I am pursuing a Masters in Musicology degree and a PhD in Geography from Florida State University. I have decided to continue in my education by combining my passions for music, history, and GIS by working on the geography of music. Most of my research currently focuses on the ways in which women composers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have composed American place and identity. I have presented on this topic at national and international conferences, and am currently working on a composition of the Hudson River.
I benefitted from the support of many members of the faculty... What I learned at CSU helped me to become a better writer and communicator.”