Office hours

 

Interests

Urban geography & planning

Africa (Ghana)

Informal urban economies

Development

Welfare reform and transportation

Gender in geography

 

Jennifer Rogalsky

Associate Professor of

Geography & Urban Studies Director

Bailey 235
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-6197
rogalsky@geneseo.edu

Jennifer Rogalsky has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2002.

Faculty Information

Education

  • PhD (Geography): University of Tennessee
  • M.S. (Geography): University of Tennessee
  • B.S. (Geography & Resource Management): University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Rogalsky, J. and H.R. Aspaas. 2011, 2007, 2005, 2002, and 1999. Mapping Workbook and Study Guide, to accompany Lydia M. Pulsipher’s World Regional Geography textbook, New York: W.H. Freeman.
  • Rogalsky, J. and H.R. Aspaas. 2011, 2007, 2005, 2002, and 1999. Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM, to accompany Lydia M. Pulsipher’s World Regional Geography textbook, New York: W.H. Freeman.
  • Rogalsky, J. 2010. Bartering for Basics: Using ethnography and travel diaries to understand mobility and social networks among working poor women. Urban Geography. Vol 31 (8): 1018-1038.
  • Rogalsky, J. 2010. The Working Poor and What GIS Reveals About the Possibilities of Public Transit. Journal of Transport Geography. Vol 18 (2): 226-237.
  • Rogalsky, J. and H.R. Aspaas. 2010. Video Guide, to accompany Lydia M. Pulsipher’s World Regional Geography textbook, New York: W.H. Freeman.
  • Rogalsky, J. 2009. “Mythbusters”: Dispelling the culture of poverty myth in the urban classroom. Journal of Geography. Vol 108 (4): 198-209.
Spring 2015 Classes

GEOG 201:
Intro Urban &Regional Planning

    An introduction to the concepts, objectives, and institutions of planning. Emphasis is placed on planning at the local level of government. Includes examination of such issues as land use controls, tr
    ansportation, housing, recreation, environmental management, and the regional coordination of planning activities. Offered every year
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GEOG 275:
Field Experience

    An intensive, three to four day field course in which students experience geographic phenomena firsthand while cultivating skills in geographic observation. Pre-trip meetings are required and student
    s are asked to conduct, and present in the field, advanced research. Emphasis is placed on reading and interpreting the physical and human landscape in varied regional settings. May be repeated for credit with permission of instructor only. Prerequisites: GEOG 102 or GEOG 111 and GEOG 112. Restricted to Geography majors. Course is available for non-Geography majors by permission of instructor only. Offered every year
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GEOG 377:
Urban Geography

    A study of the spatial distribution and spatial structure of urban places. A survey of the history of urbanization, examining the world distribution of cities from pre-history to the present. The role
    and structure of a city in modern industrial society. A survey of urban problems, and research and planning approaches to these problems. Prerequisites: GEOG 102 or (GEOG 111 and GEOG 112) or GEOG 123 or GEOG 201 or permission of instructor. Offered every year
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