E. Eric Boschmann (Ph.D., Ohio State University, 2008), is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment, at the University of Denver.
The intersections of urban, economic, and urban transportation geographies
Job accessibility and aging and mobility in metropolitan areas
Social dimensions of urban sustainability
Mixed-methods research, including: statistics, GIS, sketch-mapping, qualitative data collection and analysis
Denver, Colorado and urban place
For the Urban Landscapes course, students collect "urban artifacts" -- representations of the urban world. Here is the work of two recent students:
Are you interested in becoming a geography major? Do you ever wonder 'what career can I get with a geography degree?' Here is a collection of helpful and informative videos.
University of Denver
Department of Geography and the Environment
2050 E. Iliff Ave.
Denver, CO 80208-0710
tel. 3 zero 3.871.4387
e-mail. eric.boschmann (at) du.edu
For fun, and as a part of the volunteered geographic information movement, in July 2011 I contributed to the Degree Confluence Project. This is an "organized sampling" of the world's integer latitude and longitude confluence points. To read about my visit to 22º South, 60º West confluence point in The Chaco of western Paraguay, visit here: http://confluence.org/confluence.php?id=10686
Jennifer Miller, Artist