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In her other life, Sue is an assistant professor in Geography, specializing in Historical GIS, and also has MA degrees in History and Geography. Her research interests include the expansion of GIS functionality to incorporate historical data, digital reconstruction of historic landscapes. She is also working on several customization projects for ArcGIS using ArcObjects and VB .NET.
Currently an Instructor in Geography, Jesse focuses on the integration of phenomenology and geospatial technologies to study prehistoric cultural landscape. He has a day job in the geospatial technology field. He has also, some how, become both a GIS Professional (GISP) and a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) as well as holding an MA in Geography and a BS in Anthropology with a concentration in archaeology.
Frank – Political Scientist, Computer Scientist, and Virtual Explorer