About Elizabeth

Elizabeth received her B.S. in Natural Resources and M.S. in Environmental Information Science from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Her graduate studies centered around her work with the New York State GAP Analysis Project, a work study job that led to a life-long career in GIS. Elizabeth worked on land cover mapping and wildlife habitat modeling in New York State, and her thesis researched methods to improve the prediction accuracy of a wildlife habitat model. Elizabeth worked for Esri for 8 years, teaching GIS to clients around the Front Range, U.S., and the globe. After a brief hiatus to spend time with family, she began teaching GIS at Front Range Community College and later became involved with CSU's Geospatial Centroid. Elizabeth currently serves as a GIS instructor in the ESS department, teaching Introduction to GIS and a seminar on GIS and Remote Sensing Applications, as well as developing new courses to support a growing GIS curriculum.



M.S., Environmental Information Science - Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, 2002

B.S., Natural Resources - Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, 1999

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