GIS Management
Holloway Hall

MSGISM Graduate Faculty & Staff

Jennifer L. Stevens
Program Management Specialist
(410) 543-6460
Email: jlstevens@salisbury.edu


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Michael S. Scott, PhD (University of South Carolina)
MSGISM Graduate Program Director

Dr. Scott is a professor of Geography and Geosciences at SU and is director of the Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative (ESRGC). He holds a master's and PhD in Geography, specializing in geographic information science, from the University of South Carolina. To date, his research at Salisbury University has focused on the use of GIS technology to support local government applications such as public transit routing, tracking failing septic systems, and analyzing land use patterns.

(410) 543-6456

Email: msscott@salisbury.edu

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Arthur J. Lembo, Jr., PhD (State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry)

Dr. Lembo is an associate professor of Geography and Geosciences at SU and is co-director of the Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative (ESRGC). He received his BS in Geography from SUNY College at Oneonta (1987), MS in Geography from SUNY Buffalo (1989) and his PhD in Environmental Resource Engineering from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.  His specializations include spatial analysis, spatial database design, and the use of advanced information technologies for geo-processing

(410) 543-6459
Email: ajlembo@salisbury.edu

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Michael O'Loughlin, PhD (Ohio State University)

Dr. O'Loughlin (Associate Professor and Chair of the Dept of Political Science) received a B.A. in political science from the University of Pittsburgh (1973) and his Ph.D. in political science from The Ohio State University (1984). His teaching fields are courses in American politics and government, public policy analysis, and political theory.

(410) 548-2149

Email: mgoloughin@salisbury.edu

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Hoon Cha, PhD (University of Arizona)

Dr. Cha is an assistant professor of Information and Decision Sciences at SU. He teaches courses in operations and database management and current research interests include IT outsourcing/offshoring, the economic value of IT and knowledge management.

 

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Karen Papke-Shields, PhD (University of South Carolina)

Dr. Papke-Shields is an associate professor in the Information and Desicion Sciences department at SU. Her areas of expertise include project management and manufacturing strategy.

 

 

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Catherine M. Beise, PhD (Georgia State University)

Dr. Beise's previous experience includes work in industry as a consultant, systems analyst, and programmer for a large computer vendor, a telecommunications company, and a systems consulting firm.  She holds a PhD from the College of Business at Georgia State University and an MS in Information and Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Her current research interests include project management of dispersed IT project teams, and on-line learning.

(410) 548-4034

Email: cmbeise@salisbury.edu

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