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Department of Earth Environmental and Geospatial Sciences

Juliana Maantay

Students

Dissertation Advisor to Doctoral Students

  • Philippe Amstislavski (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman, Ph.D. 2012) Acess to Urban Food Outlets as a Predicator of Diabetes
  • Jennifer Brisbane, (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman, Ph.D. 2014) The Historical Relationships Between Land Elevation and Socioeconomic Status in New York City: A Mixed Methods GIS Approach
  • Gretchen Culp (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman) Increasing Accessibility for Map Readers with Acquired and Inherited Color Vision Deficiencies: A Re-Coloring Algorithm for Maps
  • Michael Dorsch (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman)
  • Marzie Jafari CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman, Ph.D. 2008) Using a geographic information system to develop a marketing geographic segmentation model for Continuing Education programs
  • Andrew R. Maroko (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman, Ph.D., 2010) Chronic Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter and Heart Failure in New York City: A Methodological Exploration of Environmental Justice and Health
  • Lesley Patrick (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman, Ph.D. 2014) The Impacts of Sea Level Rise on New York City: Mapping Exposure, Vulnerability, and Coastline Change
  • Shaky Sherpa (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman)
  • Angelika Winner (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Lehman)

Dissertation Committee Member for

  • Moira Conway (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Brooklyn, Ph.D. 2014) Gravity Modeling of Casinos in the United States: A Case Study of Philadelphia
  • Heather Glickman (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/CCNY) Urban Heat Island Effect
  • Lee Hadchadorian (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Hunter, Ph.D. 2011) Tiebout Sorting and Jurisdictional Homogeneity: Empirical Validity and Ethical Implications
  • Christopher Herrmann (CUNY Graduate Center - John Jay – Criminal Justice, Ph.D. 2010)
  • Katie Himmelfarb (Rutgers University, Urban Planning, Ph.D. 2014) Policy Purpose from Formation to Implementation in New York State's Brownfields Cleanup Program
  • Cesar Marin (CUNY Graduate Center – Biology/Ecology Program, Lehman) Modeling Forest Fire Risk in Columbia's National Parks
  • Jessica Miller (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Brooklyn) Contamination, Green Gentrification, and Displacement: A Case Study of the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, NY
  • Katera Moore (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Brooklyn, Ph.D. 2014) In Harm's Way: How Philadelphia's Urban Renewal Practices Steered Marginal People to Marginal
  • George Musa (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Hunter, Ph.D. 2012) Does Geography Matter? Neighborhood Effects on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder of NYC Public School Children after 9/11
  • Sheetal Ranjan (CUNY Graduate Center - John Jay – Criminal Justice, Ph.D. 2009) Intimate Partner Violence: An Examination of Ecological Factors
  • Holly Porter-Morgan (CUNY Graduate Center – Biology/Plant Sciences Program/Lehman, Ph.D. 2007) Thrips as Primary Pollinators of Sympatric Species of Chamaedorea (Arecaceae) in Belize
  • Robert Svadlenka (CUNY Graduate Center– Geography – Earth and Environmental Sciences/Hunter) An Investigation of the Determinants of Land Use Change in the East Kordofan District of Central Sudan from 1982 to 2007
  • Rachael Weiss, (CUNY Graduate Center – Public Health DPH/Lehman) Incorporating Place and Space: A Hierarchical Spatial Approach to Exploring Potentially Preventable Coronary Heart Failure Hospitalizations in New York City

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