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New Mexico State University
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Geography

Geography Faculty


Dr. Christopher P. Brown, Associate Professor

Office: Breland Hall, Room 149
Phone: 575-646-1892
E-mail: brownchr at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography; San Diego State University / University of California at Santa Barbara, 1998
Interests: US-Mexico border environmental and water research, GIS, comparative environmental analysis
Dr. Christopher P. Brown 

Dr. Michaela Buenemann, Associate Professor

Office: Breland Hall, Room 139
Phone: 575-646-6493
E-mail: elabuen at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography; University of Oklahoma, 2007
Interests: Remote sensing, GIS, land change science, landscape ecology, drylands
Dr. Michaela Buenemann

Dr. Carol Campbell, Associate Professor and Department Head

Office: Breland Hall, Room 143
Phone: 575-646-6480
E-mail: geobird at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography, University of California, Los Angeles, 2005
Interests: Biogeography, avian ecology, remote sensing
Dr. Carol Campbell 

Dr. Robert J. Czerniak, Professor Emeritus

Office: Breland Hall, Room 146
Phone: 575-646-5450
E-mail: rczernia at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1979
Interests: Land use, community development, urban geography, transportation planning
Dr. Robert J. Czerniak

Dr. Michael N. DeMers, Professor

Office: Breland Hall, Room 141
Phone: 575-646-6494
E-mail: demers01 at gmail dot com
Education: Ph.D. Geography, University of Kansas, 1985
Interests: GIS, landscape ecology
Dr. Michael N. DeMers

Dr. Daniel P. Dugas, Assistant Professor

Office: Breland Hall, Room 148
Phone: 575-646-1045
E-mail: ddugas at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography, University of Oregon, 1993
Interests: Geomorphology
Dr. Eric Magrane

Dr. Eric Magrane, Visiting Assistant Professor

Office: Breland Hall, Room 145
Phone: 575-646-3509
E-mail: magrane at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography, University of Arizona, 2017
Interests: Cultural geography and creativity, human-environment geography, climate & culture, the Anthropocene, geopoetics, art & environment, environmental humanities, political ecology, critical methodologies

 

Dr. John B. Wright, Professor Emeritus

E-mail: jowright at nmsu dot edu
Education: Ph.D. Geography, University of California, Berkley, 1990
Interests: Cultural geography, environmental planning, biogeography
Dr. John B. Wright