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Eric Neubauer

Eric Neubauer

Professor in Geography

323 Center for Technology and Learning
Phone: 614-287-5698 
Fax: 614-287-5301 


GEOG 1900: Introduction to Weather & Climate 
GEOG 2300: Introduction to Physical Geography
GEOG 2400: Economic and Social Geography
GEOG 2750: World Regional Geography
GEOG 2900:  Elements of Cartography

Degrees :

B.S., Business Administration/Management, West Liberty State College 
M.A., Geography, The Ohio State University 
Ph.D., Geography, The Ohio State University

Research Interests/Other Interests:

My dissertation research focused on the evolution and development of the urban system of the United States since the end of World War II -- specifically, the impact that transportation and communications have had on the changing pattern of population growth for metropolitan areas throughout the United States and the corresponding influence that the largest metropolitan areas have had (via spatial interaction patterns) on the rest of the U. S. urban system.

Other geographic areas of academic interest include (but not limited to):

  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Demography
  • Geography of Transportation and Technology
  • Cultural, Social, and HistoricalGeography
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Geographic Education

I also have an interest in the humanistic elements of geography -- the impact that places have on the development of both personal and social identity; the role that space and place have in shaping an individual's perception of reality; geographic themes and motifs that commonly occur in literature; and the role that a geographic perspective/viewpoint has in creative enterprises and personal relationships.