1967   John C. Hudson, Professor and Chair of Geography, Northwestern University.

Theoretical Settlement Geography.


1968   Truman A. Hartshorn, Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Geography, Georgia State University.

Urban Blight: The Structure and Change of Substandard Housing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1940-1960.


1969   Curtis C. Roseman, Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Geography, University of Southern California.

Partial and Total Displacement Migrations: A Theoretical and Empirical Examination of Migration in a Total Movement Framework.


1971   David J. Cowen, Carolina Distinguished Professor of Geography Emeritus, Former Director of College of Liberal Arts Computer Laboratory, Chair of Geography, University of South Carolina..

Dynamic Aspects of Urban Industrial Location.


1971   Vincent E. Nwala, Professor of Geography, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, deceased.

Spatial Patterns of Institutional Innovations Within a Modernizing Society.


1972   Paul E. King, Vice President, Citicorp Bank, MasterCard-Visa Division.

Social Indicators and Social Welfare: Columbus, Ohio, 1960.


1973   Robert Q. Hanham, Associate Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Geography, West Virginia University.

Diffusion of Innovation from a Supply Perspective: An Application to the Artificial Insemination of Cattle in Southern Sweden.


1974   John Holmes, Professor Emeritus and Former Head of Geography, Queens University.

The Spatial Properties of Urban Interaction Spaces.


1974   John F. Jakubs, Associate Professor of Geography Emeritus, University of South Carolina.

Ghetto Dispersal and Suburban Reaction.


1975   Edward J. Malecki, Professor of Geography and Former Director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Ohio State University.

Innovation Diffusion Among Firms.


1977   Marilyn A. Brown, Professor of Energy Policy, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology; Visiting Distinguished Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Adjunct Professor of Geography, University of Tennessee.

The Role of Diffusion Agencies in Innovation Adoption: A Behavioral Approach.


1978   Richard E. Zeller, Senior Management Analyst, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, State of Florida, deceased.

A Study of the Selection of Multiple Locations for Consumer Oriented Facilities.


1979   Robert W. Cobb, Vice-President and Senior Researcher, Pacesetter Management Group and Teamcall Services

Analysis of Migratory Responses for In-Migration and Out-Migration.


1980   William F. Hoyt, Director of Planning, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Spatial Patterns of Development and the Land Conversion Process in the Urban Fringe.


1981   Rickie L. Sanders, Professor, Former Chair of Geography and Urban Studies, Former Chair of Women’s Studies, Temple University.

The Spatial Differentiation of Informal Activities Across the Urban Hierarchy and Implications for Theory.


1982   Janet E. Kodras, Professor of Geography Emeritus, Florida State University.

The Geographic Perspective in Social Policy Evaluation: A Conceptual Approach with Application to the US Food Stamp Program.


1982   Rita M. Schneider, Professor and Chair of Human Geography, University of Basel, Switzerland.

Rural Non-Farm Employment and Migration: The Case of Costa Rica.


1982   Frederick A. Day, Professor of Geography and Planning, Texas State University at San Marcos

Family Planning in the Third World: Conceptual Considerations and an Application to Rural Thailand.


1985   Enid Lagesse, Associate Professor of Women Studies, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Miami University of Ohio.

Education, Income and Amenities in a Human Capital Framework: Contextual and Individual Effects in Brazil.


1986   Jorge A. Brea, Associate Professor of Geography, Central Michigan University.

Effects of Structural Characteristics And Personal Attributes Upon Labor Mobility in Ecuador.


1986   Victoria A. Lawson, Professor and Former Chair of Geography, University of Washington at Seattle.

National Economic Policies, Local Structural Conditions, and Urban Regional Growth: The Case of Ecuador.


1988   Stuart D. Shaw, Professor, Henderson State University, Arkansas.

Sectoral Structure and Change Under State Policy Induced Industrialization: The Case of Ecuador, 1974-1982.


1991   James P. Lewandowski, Professor of Geography and Planning, West Chester University, Pennsylvania.

Trade Among Developing Countries, 1970-1985: Pattern Changes and a Relative Factor Endowments Model.


1994   Rodrigo Sierra, Research Fellow, University of Texas at Austin.

Land Use Strategies of Household Based Enterprises, The Timber Industry, and Deforestation in Northwest Ecuador: The Articulation of Market Forces, National Policies, and Local Conditions.


1994   Sangcheol Kwon, Professor of Geography, Cheju University, Korea.

Metropolitan Labor Market Characteristics and Individual Earnings Attainment: Whites, Blacks, Asians, and Hispanics in Large US Metropolitan Areas.


1998   Jamie Rulli, Senior Marketing Analyst, Nationwide Insurance.

Restructured Communities and Well-Being: Infant Deaths and Industrial Change in the Ohio River Valley, 1970-90.


1998   Cynthia Sorrensen, Associate Professor of Geography and Geosciences, Texas Tech University.

Biomass Burning in Tropical Ecosystems: An Analysis of Land Settlement and Use to Assess Burning Patterns in the Brazilian Amazon.


1999   Firooza Pavri, Associate Professor of Geography and Chair, University of Southern Maine.

Tragedies in State Commons: Macro Forest Policies, Local Influences and Deforestation in the Western Ghats of Raigad, India.


2001   Jennifer Mandel, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Wisconsin at Platteville.

Survival to Surplus: Constraints, Opportunities, and Livelihood Strategies for Women in Porto Novo Benin.


2001   Sang-Il Lee, Professor of Geography, Seoul National University Korea

Spatial Association Measures for an ESDA-GIS Framework: Developments, Significance Tests, and Applications to Spatio-Temporal Income Dynamics of U.S. Labor Market Areas, 1969-1999.


2003   Jon Moore, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Akron

Local Economic Development in the Post-Industrial Service Economy: Manufacturing Communities in the Ohio River Valley.


2005   Su-Yeul Chung, Associate Professor of Geography, SangMyung University, Seoul Korea.

Intra-Urban Segregation ChangeAn Evaluation of Three Segregation Frameworks with a Case Study of Columbus Ohio MSA 1990-2000


2006   Joel Shelton, Coordinator of Academic Advising, Natural Sciences and Pre-Health, Arts and Sciences Advising and Academic Services, Ohio State University.

The Post-War Female Labor Force in Japan: A Geographic Perspective


2009   Madhuri Sharma, Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee

Spatial Integration and Neighborhood Diversity in U.S. MSAs, 1990-2000: A Mixed-Method Approach.


2013   Michael D. Webb, Post Doctoral Fellow, Center for Urban and Regional Studies, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

Urban Revitalization, Urban Regimes, and Contemporary Gentrification Processes.





1970-71 Milton E. Harvey, Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Geography, Kent State University.


1971-72 John McKay, Senior Lecturer in Geography and Chair, Centre for Migrant Studies, Monash University Australia.


1972-73 DeWitt Davis, Professor of Geography Emeritus and Former Dean of Social Sciences, University of The District of Columbia.


1974-75 John S. Humphrey, Senior Lecturer in Geography and Planning, University of New England Australia.


1978-80 Wolfgang Herden, Research Scientist for Geographic Information Systems, Deutsche Fernkabel-Gesellschaft; Private Docent in Geography, Heidelberg University Germany.


1985       Yoshio Sugiura, Professor and Head of Geography, Tokyo Metropolitan University.


1985-86 Franz-Michael Rundquist, Professor of Geography and Head, Lund University Sweden.


1993-94 Jeongrock Lee, Professor and Former Chair of Geography, Chonnam University Korea.


1995-96 Wookung Huh, Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Geography, Seoul National University Korea.


1995-96 Jae Duk Lee, Associate Professor of Geography, Seowon University Korea.


1996-97 Il-Bong Kim, Lecturer in Geography Education, Chonnam University Korea.


1997-98 Woun Sik Choi, Professor of Geography, Ewha Womans University Korea.


2001       Dong-Hoe Koo, Seoul National University Korea.


2002       Sang-Seok Lee, Sunchun National University Korea.


2002-03 Hak-Won Lee, Kangwon National University Korea.


2003       Amnon Frenkel, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion University Haifa Israel


2006-07 Youngmin Lee, Associate Professor of Geography and Chair Department of Social Studies Education, Ewha Womans University, Korea

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