Katy Rossiter

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Katy Rossiter
Associate Professor of Geography
Employee degree:

BS, Northern Illinois University

MS, Louisiana St Univ and A & M

PHD, George Mason University


Recent Scholarship:

Rossiter, K.M., 2022.  Using ArcGIS Field Maps in the Classroom.  The Geography Teacher.  https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19338341.2022.2117719.

Combs, B.H., Cover, B.C., Niven, D., Norwood, C., Rossiter, K.M., and Solimine, M.  2022.  The Boundaries of Confusion:  Racial Disparities in State House and Congressional District Line Congruity.  Social Science Quarterly.  https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ssqu.13213.

Rossiter, K.M. and Wong, D.S.W.  2019.  Congressional Districts: How “Equal” Are They?  GeoJournal.  DOI: 10.1007/s10708-018-09963-z.

Rossiter, K.M., Wong, D.S.W., and Delamater, P.L. 2018.  Congressional Redistricting:  Keeping Communities Together?  The Professional Geographer:  70:  609-623.

Classes Taught:

GEOG 1001 Introduction to Geography: Methods and Materials
GEOG 2261 World Regional Geography
GEOG 2371 Physical Geography
GEOG 2481 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
GEOG 2901 Special Topics in Geography:  Redistricting in Ohio
GEOG 3481 Applied GIS
TREX 1001 Regional Geography of the United States

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