For my professional interests, I have 61 undergraduate hours and 36 graduate hours in a variety of courses. These courses are listed below.
Cultural Geography: Introduction to Human Geography-Spring 2012 Geographic Research-Spring 2012 World Regional Geography-Fall 2013 Cultural Geography-Fall 2013
Regional Geography: Geography of Africa-Fall 2012 Geography of the Middle East-Spring 2014
Physical Geography: Our Hazardous Environment-Fall 2010 Introduction to Weather and Climate-Spring 2011 Introduction to Landforms-Fall 2011 Natural Hazards-Spring 2013
Geographic Techniques: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems-Fall 2012 Advanced Geographic Information Systems-Spring 2013 Tourism Geography of Yellowstone National Park and GIS Applications-Fall 2013
Urban Studies: Urban Geography-Fall 2012 Economic Geography-Spring 2013 Urban Change and Community Development-Fall 2013 Race and Ethnicity-Spring 2014 Epidemiology and Human Disease-Spring 2014 Globalized Ecological Art-Spring 2014 Internship in Site Analysis for Central State Hospital Local Redevelopment Authority-Spring 2014
Graduate School Career Planning: Geographic Research and Methods-Fall 2014 Planning Theory and Processes-Fall 2014 Quantitative and Qualitative Methods-Spring 2015 Internship in GIS Planning for the City of Helen, GA-Summer 2015 Land Use Planning-Fall 2015 Planning for Sustainable Communities-Fall 2015
Geographic Techniques: Digital Image Processing-Fall 2014 GeoComputation-Spring 2015 GIS and Climate Change-Summer 2015 Seminar in GIScience-Fall 2015 Advanced GIScience-Fall 2015
I was the 2013-2014 President of the Geography Club at Georgia College. In Geography Club, we promote geographic awareness in the form of group GIS Projects, Geocaching events, and Orienteering Events. We also attend club-based field Trips that highlight a certain aspect of geography, for example, in the fall of 2013 we went on a field trip to the WMAZ weather station in Macon, Georgia, many of our members are interested in meteorology. Also, we went on hiking trips that take into respect landforms studied in our physical geography classes.
I am a member of The Gamma Beta Phi Society, an honors society for upperclassmen. I was invited in the spring of 2013 based on my grade average.
I am a member of The Alpha Lambda Delta Society, honors society for freshman in college, I was invited in the spring of 2011 based on my grade average.
I was a member of the Georgia College Disc Golf Team- we travel to schools across the region and compete in disc golf tournaments.
I was a member of the Valdosta State University Cross Country Team.