B.A. in Anthropology from University of North Texas
M.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies from University of North Texas
Ph.D. in Geography from University of Denver
My interests include historical geography, statistical techniques for spatial sciences, and spatial analyses of historical data. Additionally, I have archaeological and field equipment (e.g. surveying, GPR/EM, GPS) training. Internationally my area of interest is northern Chile. Some of my current research includes archaic rhyolite quarry sites on South Mountain, Chilean altiplano wetlands, and colonial period archaeological work at Camp Security (York, PA) and Fort McCord (Edenville, PA).
Ph.D. in Urban Studies from University of Akron
M.S. in Geography from Western Washington University
B.A. Ed. in Geography from Western Washington University
George Pomeroy is the Associate Director of the CLUS. He teaches courses and conducts research related to community and regional planning, as well as urban geography, focusing on both U.S. and comparative contexts. He was appointed as Director of Shippensburg University’s Center for Land Use in May 2005.
B.A. in Geography from State University of New York at Geneseo
M.A. in Geography from Michigan State University
Ph.D. in Geography from Michigan State University
Dr. Drzyzga is the GIScience Director for the CLUS. He is an experienced specialist in geographic information science and technology, is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP). Scott is also a certified Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) pilot that uses small drones to collect aerial photography.