Charlynne is a research associate with the Center for Geospatial Analytics and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management. Her research focuses on human dimensions of natural resource management (NRM), specifically in evaluating the use of geospatial technologies as a communication medium within NRM networks and across organizational boundaries. Her current research examines the factors that influence capacity for adoption, dissemination and implementation of innovative technologies. Charlynne has developed graduate courses in the MGIST program and teaches the Geospatial Information Science Master’s Project Course – a full-immersion service learning course pairing students with community partners to solve real-world problems. Charlynne is a Ph.D. Candidate and a Certified GIS Professional (GISP). She is also a Fellow of the Natural Resource Leadership Institute (NRLI) and holds membership in the Academy of Outstanding Faculty Engaged in Extension (AOFEE). Outside the office Charlynne enjoys the outdoors and hiking about with family and friends.
- Hydrologic web-mapping application of Hofmann Forest with GIS approach: Case study (2017)
- A needs assessment process for designing geospatial data management systems within federal agencies (2015)