Ecosystem Science and Sustainability
Fields of Expertise
Data, GIS, and Modeling, Education and Outreach
Areas of Interest
Hydrology, Watershed modeling
Elizabeth teaches GIS classes in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, and also serves as the Education Advisor for CSU's Geospatial Centroid. She got her start in GIS in 1997, working on the New York State GAP Analysis Project, a summer research job that led to a lifelong career. She has a B.S. in Natural Resources and an M.S. in GIS from Cornell University. Previously, Elizabeth worked as a GIS instructor for Esri and taught GIS at Front Range Community College. She specializes in spatial analysis and problem solving, Python scripting, ArcGIS, and cartography. She has experience with hydrology and watershed modeling using ArcGIS tools and raster data/map algebra.