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HaggeDr. Patrick Hagge

Associate Professor of Geography

History and Political Sciences
Witherspoon Building
407 West Q Street
Russellville, AR 72801
Phone: (479) 968-0265
E-mail: phagge@atu.edu

Education

BA - University of Arkansas
BSBA - University of Arkansas
MS - Pennsylvania S Univ-Main Camp
PHD - Pennsylvania S Univ-Main Camp

Recently Taught Courses

FW 2833 - INTRO GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEMS
GEOG 2013 - REGIONAL GEOG/WORLD
GEOG 2023 - HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 2833 - INTRO GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEMS
GEOG 3403 - GIS II - PLANNING APPLICATIONS
GEOG 4951 - UR: ADVANCED HISTORICAL GEOG
GEOG 4952 - UR: CITY PLANNING INTERNSHIP
TECH 1001 - ORIENTATION TO UNIVERSITY

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Dr. Hagge’s major research interests are 1) Arkansas geography, 2) geography education, and 3) geographic information systems (GIS), specifically historical GIS. He has presented research at numerous national and regional Geography conferences. Dr. Hagge earned a map presentation award at a 2017 conference, and he won the ATU Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award in 2020. Dr. Hagge is one of the founding members of the interdisciplinary Anthropology & Geography B.A. degree program at ATU. He has secured grants to fund a high-end drone for map image acquisition, an HTC Vive virtual reality system for in-class mapping, and several Oculus Quest VR units for upcoming research weighing the effectiveness of classroom VR technology. Before life in academia, Dr. Hagge spent two years working as a GIS analyst at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Haffner, Matthew, Patrick D. Hagge, C. Brown, R. Heyrman, and C. Perkins. 2022. “Fusing machine learning with place-based survey methods: Revisiting questions surrounding perceptual regions”, International Journal of Geographic Information Science https://doi.org/10.1080/13658816.2022.2097683  

Hagge, Patrick D. 2020.  “Student Perceptions of In-Class Virtual Reality Usage: Effectively Using “Google Earth VR” in a University Classroom”, Journal of Geography in Higher Education 45.3: 342-360   https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2020.1827376 

Hagge, Patrick D. 2018.  “Arrested Development: Historical Impacts and Influences of the State Boundary of Arkansas”, Journal of the Fort Smith Historical Society 42.2: 20-29

Hagge, Patrick D.  2018.  “From Mule to John Deere: Elements of Rural Change in the Mississippi Delta, 1930-1970”, Arkansas Review 49.1: 25-39

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