- GIS | Health & Hazards Lab
- City and Community Studies Initiative
- Center for Ecology and Natural Resource Sustainability
I earned my B.A. in Geography from Kent State University in Spring 2013 and chose to continue my studies in modern geospatial technologies at Kent State as a graduate student. I am very interested in GIS, GPS and RS (Remote Sensing) and hope I could acquire a wider scope of professional knowledge and techniques of these fields during my graduate studies. My personal interests include computing, multimedia creation and visualization. I am also into Fung-Shui (Chinese Geomancy) studies and hope to introduce and validate Fung-Shui to contemporary geography via combining its theories with modern geospatial technologies.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
National Society of Collegiate Scholars 2008-
Kent State Chinese Student & Scholar's Association (Vice President) 2010-2011