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- 2nd ed. 2012
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Jay D. Gatrell is Dean of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies and member of the geography faculty. Previously, he served as associate dean for budget & research in the College of Arts & Sciences. Jay has held appointments as the social science education, interim sociology chair, and an administrative fellow. Additionally, he serves as the editor of Applied Geography (2008-present) and the Book Review Editor (2006-2010) for The Professional Geographer, series co-editor for Springer's Geo-Technologies and the Environment, and on the editorial boards of The Professional Geographer (2005-2008), RSAI's Regional Science Policy & Practice (2008-present), Open Journal of Geography (2007-present), and The Industrial Geographer (2002-present). In 2007, Dr. Gatrell was recognized by the Association of American Geographers' Regional Development Planning Specialty Group as a Distinguished Scholar and was awarded ISU's faculty award for the Community-based Scholarship. Prior to coming to ISU, he held the position of Assistant Professor of Geography at Wright State University and served as a Faculty Associate at the WSU Center for Urban and Public Affairs during the 1999-2000 academic year. He earned a Ph.D. in geography from West Virginia University, M.A. in geography at The University of Toledo, and a B.S., magna cum laude, in political science from Eastern Michigan University. While in graduate school, he served as a teaching assistant (1994-1995 UT, 1996-1997 WVU), GIS research assistant/intern (1995-1996, UT GIS Center), and research assistant/associate for WV EPSCoR program (1997-1999).
Foreword 1. Spatial Science and Its Traditions 2. Literature Reviews 3. Research Questions 4. Data and Methods in Spatial Science 5. Graduate Degree Proposals 6. Grants and Grant Writing 7. Disseminating Research 8. Reflections on Proposal Writing in Spatial Science 9. Model Proposals 10. Thesis I: Human Systems 11. Thesis II: Human Systems-Mixed Methods 12. Dissertation I: Human-Environment Interactions 13. Dissertation II: Geo-Techniques 14. Dissertation III: Physical Systems 15. Extramural Grant I: Collaborative Research and Outreach 16. Extramural Grant II: Instrumentation 17. Extramural III: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant 18. Intramural Grants Index