John Lauermann, Ph.D.
Office: Bedford 1032-G
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John Lauermann is 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.
He is a geographer with interests in urban development and GIS. His research explores the planning and spatial impacts of large-scale real estate projects; most recently using GIS and big data to analyze housing development and gentrification in New York City. His work is published in over 20 peer-reviewed articles, in journals including Progress in Human Geography and Journal of the American Planning Association. He is an editor of the journal Human Geography.
He also directs the Geospatial Technology Internship Program at Medgar Evers and is affiliated faculty at the BCC Geospatial Center.
GEOG 101: Introduction to Geography
GEOG 202: Human Geography
GEOG 303: Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 403: Urban Geography