Listed as Students Name, "Title" (Advisor)
Tetianna Lysenko, “Labor Outcomes of Recent U.S. College Graduates in the STEM Disciplines: From the College Location Perspective.” (Qingfang Wang)
Wenpeng Feng, “Large-Scale Spatiotemporal Modeling of Urban Growth With Cyberinfrastrucre: A Surrogate-Based Approach.” (Wenwu Tang)
Angel Hjarding, “The Butterfly Highway: Connecting People and Nature.” (Janni Sorensen)
Ran Tao, “No Boundary for Spatial Interactions-- Exploratory Spatial Flow Data Analysis.” (Jean-Claude Thill)
Coline Dony, “Better Access to Parks to Improve Population Health In Mecklenburg County, N.C.” (Eric Delmelle)
Johanna (Claire) Schuch, “Socio-Spatial Geographies of Hispanic Immigrant Youth Accessing the Urban Labor Market” (Heather Smith).
Yuhong Zhou, “Space-Time Dynamics of Single Family Residential Water Consumption in Charlotte, North Carolina” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Tara Bengle, “Learning and Understanding Empowerment Planning: An Emergent Model that Builds Community Capacity to Affect Neighborhood Planning Outcomes” (Janni Sorensen).
Melissa Currie, “Assessing Community Resilience at the Neighborhood Level in New Construction Starter-Homes in Charlotte, North Carolina” (Janni Sorensen).
Zhaoya (Amos) Gong, “Multiscaler Modeling of Polycentric Urban-Regional Systems: Economic Agglomeration, Scale Dependency and Agent Interactions” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Xuchu (Harry) Meng, “Environmental Impacts of Rapid Urbanization: Non-Point Source Pollution in Lingang New City, Shanghai, China”(Wei-Ning Xiang).
Kara Tiller, “Spatial Patterns of Landside Trade Impedance in Containerized South American Exports” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Kailas Venkitasubramanian, “Discovering Relationships between Material Consumption and Subjective Well-Being” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Robyn Byers-Stuber, “Planning for Sustainability on Maryland’s Eastern Shore: Linking Social Sustainability and Sea Level Rise” (Wei-Ning Xiang).
J. Thad Dixon, “Exploring Latino Healthcare Service Provision in a Pre-Emerging Immigrant Gateway State” (Heather Smith).
Monica Dorning, “Landscape Change and Human-Environment Interactions: Implications for Natural Resource Management in Urbanizing Areas” (Ross Meentemeyer).
M. Greg Fields, “ The Correlates of Congestion: Investigating the Links between Congestion and Urban Area Characteristics” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Sara Gleave, “The Best Deal in Town? Associations Between Public Housing and Labor Market Inequality in the New Orleans- Metaiirie-Kenner MSA” (Qingfang Wang).
Mona Kashiha, “ Spatial Competition based on Customers’ Choice Histories: A Study of Trade Flows” (Jean-Claude Thill).
JaeSoen Son, “Hyperlink Network System and Image of Global Cities Webpages and their contents” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Amy Stephens-Davis,“ Impacts of Urbanization and Landscape Change on Native Plant Diversity and the Distribution of Exotic Forest Invaders” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Diep Dao, “A Comprehensive Geospatial Knowledge Discovery Framework for the Spatial Association Rule Mining” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Paul McDaniel, “Receptivity in a New Immigrant Gateway: Immigrant Settlement Geography, Public Education and Immigrant Integration in Charlotte, North Carolina” (Heather Smith).
Amr Ali, “The Influences of Urban Forms on ResidentialEnergy Consumption: A Demand-Side Forecasting Method for Energy Scenarios” (Jean-Claude Thill).
Elizabeth Delmelle, “Spatial Temporal Dynamics of Neighborhood Quality of Life: Charlotte, N.C “(Jean-Claude Thill).
Ryan James, “The Effects of Space and Scale on Beta Convergence Testing in the United States, (1970-2004)” (Harry Campbell).
Jonathan Kozar, “Knowledge Intensive Business Services and Metropolitan Economic Growth: An Examination of the Computer Service Industry” (Bill Graves).
Thomas Ludden, “The Impacts of Mortgage Foreclosure on Housing Prices and Homeownership in Charlotte, North Carolina” (Owen Furuseth).
Tomas Vaclavik, “Frontiers in Invasive Species Distribution Modeling (iSDM): Assessing effects of Absence Data, Dispersal Constraints, Stage of Invasion and Spatial dependence” (Ross Meentemeyer).