I am an Assistant Professor and deputy chair in the Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Medgar Evers College, and Doctoral Faculty in the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences at the Graduate Center. I teach human geography and GIS courses, and serve as geography program coordinator.
I am a broadly trained geographer, specializing in urban geography and GIS. My current research project, funded by a National Science Foundation grant, uses GIS to analyze gentrification and extreme inequality in American cities. I have published one book and over 20 peer-reviewed articles, on topics including gentrification, mega-projects, and urban political economy.
I also direct the Geospatial Technology Internship Program at Medgar Evers, and am affiliated faculty at the Bronx Community College Geospatial Center
GEOG 101: Introduction to Geography
GEOG 202: Human Geography
GEOG 303: Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 402: Environment and Society
GEOG 403: Urban Geography