Our faculty draws from their diverse work experience in public, private and nonprofit sectors to create career-relevant courses. With an excellent student-faculty ratio, you can expect to receive personalized support to achieve your goals.
Nicolas teaches in the Department of Environmental Science & Management at Humboldt State University. He holds an M.S. from Humboldt State University and received his B.A. at California State University - San Bernardino.
His research and training has been in GIS, cartography, mapping sciences, and environmental science.
He has taught GSP 101: Geospatial Concepts; GSP 270: GIS; and GSP 370: Intermediate GIS.
Amy Rock is a professor in the Department of Geography, Environment, & Spatial Analysis at Humboldt State University. She holds a Ph.D. in geography from Kent State University; an M.A. in geography from Ohio University; and a B.G.S. in architectural history from Ohio University.
Her research and training has been in community development, rural development, GIS, cartography, participatory GIS and citizen mapping.
She has taught GSP 270: GIS; GSP 316: Cartography; GSP 416: Advanced Cartography; and GSP 426: Cartography Practicum.
Sara Hanna teaches in the Department of Forestry and Wildland Resources at Humboldt State University. She holds an M.S. from Humboldt State University in natural resources; and a B.S. in environmental systems from UC San Diego.
Her research and training has been in applications of remote sensing and GIS in varied ecological research endeavors; water quality monitoring; and preparation of regulatory permits and disclosures.
She has taught GSP 216: Introduction to Remote Sensing.