is a professor of geography at Youngstown State University. As a biogeographer her research interests include ecological landscape level change, resilience theory, conservation and sustainability strategies, and applied geography. Dawna’s interest in transitioning place-based experiences to bring to the indoor classroom.
is a professor of geography and sustainability at Mesa Community College in Arizona. Her research interests are in geomorphology, landscape evolution, Native American rock art conservation and sustainable heritage management. Niccole is an avid explorer and enjoys traveling to remote locations to collect data and ideas to support lesson development for GeoEPIC.
is a spatial storyteller, course designer, and an associate faculty of the Masters of Science in Environmental Studies at Prescott College in Arizona. Research interests include human impacts on the environment, biogeography/successional changes in the environment, and exploring how geodiversity influences biodiversity. Current projects include exploring the use of emerging technologies to engage K-12 learners in science education. Hiking and collecting data for GeoEPIC is a favorite pastime.
is a software developer and key technical support person for GeoEPIC. He enjoys hiking to help collect data for GeoEPIC lessons.
is a professor of geography at Mount Royal University and conducts research in the areas of geography education, geospatial literacy, citizen science, GIScience, and the role of geospatial technologies and visualizations in the construction of people's geographic skills and knowledge. Her work includes remote sensing curricula for industry, government, school boards, and recently, Arctic communities.
is a professor of geography at Virginia Tech’s College of Natural Resources and Environment. Her research and teaching interests include biogeomorphology and mountain ecotones. She conducts field-based research with her students in the Rocky Mountains of the US and Canada, and in the high elevation ecosystems of the Appalachian Mountains.
is the Texas State University System Regents' Professor of Geography Emeritus, and a University Distinguished Professor of Geography Emeritus, at Texas State University. He currently lives in happy retirement in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His continuing research interests are in geomorphology, especially zoogeomorphology; mountain environments and environmental change; and the physical geography and history of Glacier National Park, Montana.