TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1987-current Associate Professor, Geography Department Frostburg State University, Courses in soil water conservation, computer applications, environmental analysis, computer mapping, and land development engineering. Developed program in Environmental Analysis and Planning. 1993 Spoke at the Western Maryland Mathematics Symposium for Secondary Education Teachers on the topic "Mathematics in Geography" 1993 Worked with instructors from the FSU Upward Bound summer program to develop a computer application for use in the summer environmental education program. I modified the stream temperature model for use in the program. 1991 - 1993 Co-organizer for several ARC/INFO GIS training workshops. 1983-1986 Instructed West African trainees in computer operation, Fortran computer programming, and use of computer models. 1980-1981 Winter Teaching Assistant for Environmental Engineering, Utah State University. 1980 Fall Teaching Assistant for a Water Treatment class, Utah State University, Logan, UT. 1979 Spring Instructor of the Environmental Impact Analysis class (prepared and delivered course material), Indiana University. 1978 Fall Teaching Assistant for Environmental Mathematics (taught a mini-course on Fortran and computer use), Indiana Univ. 1978 Summer Instructor of Environment and Man (organized and taught course), Indiana Univ. 1974-1976 High School Mathematics Teacher Greenville City Schools, Greenville, Ohio. 1973-1974 High School Mathematics Teacher Walsenburg, Colorado. 1970-1971 Junior High Science and Mathematics Jay School Corporation, Portland, Indiana.Back to Craig Caupp's Home Page.
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