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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 3203 - ARKANSAS GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 3403 - GIS II - PLANNING APPLICATIONS
GEOG 4703 - URBAN GEOGRAPHY SEMINAR
GEOG 4993 - SP: URBAN GIS

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Dr. Hagge’s major research interests are 1) Arkansas geography, with a focus on the “Delta” region, 2) geographic information systems (GIS), specifically historical GIS, and 3) geography education. He has presented research at numerous national and regional Geography conferences, including a recent poster presentation at the Arkansas GIS Users Forum, where he won an award for a map presentation. His current project, “Student Perceptions of Virtual Reality Usage in a University Classroom”, will be complete in mid-2019. Dr. Hagge is one of the founding members of the Cultural and Geospatial Studies program at ATU, an interdisciplinary Geography-Anthropology B.A. degree. He has secured grant funding to acquire a high-end drone for map image acquisition and a HTC Vive virtual reality system for immersive in-class mapping experiences. Before life in academia, Dr. Hagge spent two years working as a GIS analyst at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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

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

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