Board of Directors

The EGSG’s Board of Directors’ members serve for two years. The Board of Directors is composed of eight members.

Member  Member Bio

Carlos Teixeira
(2016–2018)
Dr. Carlos Teixeira is Professor of Geography at University of British Columbia–Okanagan.
website | Department of Community, Culture and Global Studies | University of British Columbia–Okanagan | Kelowna, BC | email

Wan Yu
(2016–2018)
Dr. Wan Yu is Assistant Professor at Binghamton University.
website | Department of Geography | Binghamton University| State University of New York | email

Dave Kaplan
(2016–2018)
Dr. David Kaplan, Professor of Geography at Kent State University, has conducted extensive research on 1) urban segregation patterns in cities around the world, including its relationship to housing finance and economic opportunity; and 2) national identity, borderlands, and separatist movements.
website | Department of Geography | 440 Mcgilvrey Hall | Kent State University | Kent, OH 44242-0001 email
Michael Webb
Michael Webb
(2016–2018)
Dr. Michael Webb is Research Associate and serves as the project manager for evaluations of the Charlotte Housing Authority’s Moving Forward and Boulevard Homes redevelopment programs.
website | Center for Urban and Regional Studies | Hickerson House | 108 Battle Lane | The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill | Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3410 email
Holly Barcus
Holly Barcus
(2016–2018)
Dr. Holly Barcus is Associate Professor at Macalester College. She is a broadly trained population geographer. Her research interests fall at the intersection of population and GIS. Dr. Barcus is specifically interested in the patterns and processes of change occurring in rural communities and the resulting migration, service provision, and housing dilemmas.
website | Geography Department | Macalester College | 1600 Grand Avenue | Saint Paul, MN 55105 | email

Jay Newberry
(2017–2019)
Dr. Jay Newberry is Assistant Professor of Geography at Binghamtom University.
website | Department of Geography | Binghamton University| State University of New York | email

Paul McDaniel
(2017–2019)
Dr. Paul McDaniel is an urban social geographer whose research explores the causes, processes, and implications of immigration to urban regions. Specifically, he focuses on processes of immigrant settlement, integration, and receptivity in cities and metropolitan areas, particularly in the U.S. South, using mixed-methods, qualitative, and community-based participatory research methods. His teaching interests broadly include regional geography, urban geography and urban studies, human geography, and research methods. Previously, Dr. McDaniel was a research fellow with the American Immigration Council in Washington, DC and a project researcher with Catholic Legal Immigration Network, also in DC.
website | Kennesaw State University | Social Sciences Building (SO 402) | Kennesaw, GA 30144 | email
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