Dr. Lisa M.B. Harrington

EducationPh.D., University of Oklahoma, 1986
Research InterestsEnvironmental change and management, sustainability, rural geography (land use, natural resources, social conditions), hazards, biotic resources, environmental perception, public/reserved lands, Pacific Northwest, Great Plains, Little Egypt (S. Illinois), Europe
Key Courses

GEOG 340 Geography of Natural Resources
GEOG 360 Sustainability Science
GEOG 701 Seminar in Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research
GEOG 718 Geography of Public Lands
GEOG 760 Human Impacts on the Environment
GEOG 830 Seminar in Rural Resources Management
GEOG 833 Seminar in Sustainability Science, Thought, & Approaches

Recent/Current Service Activities

Association of American Geographers (AAG) Publications Committee;
K-State Graduate Council;
K-State Agricultural Resources and Environmental Management (AREM) Board (graduate certificate program);

OfficeSeaton 164D
Telephone(785) 532-3410
Fax(785) 532-7310
EmailLButlerH@k-state.edu
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Dr. Harrington

Dr. Harrington's core areas of geographic research are in human-environment interactions and rural and regional geography.