Stacy Supak is a Teaching Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University. Starting in 2014, she’s held an appointment within the Center for Geospatial Analytics, where she teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses on Geospatial Information Science. Her diverse educational background includes degrees in Engineering, Geophysics and Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management. Her current research interests include using geospatial analytics to support park and protected land management decisions. She has previously published work on topics including geology, geology tourism, open-source web-based mapping, geospatial analytics and marketing for tourism destinations.
- Implementation and Evaluation of a Geospatial Management Solution for the U.S. National Park Service's Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program (2019)
- Rural tourism microentrepreneurs' self-representation through photography: a counter-hegemonic approach (2019)
- Geospatial analytics for park & protected land visitor reservation data (2017)
- Geospatial analytics for federally managed tourism destinations and their demand markets (2015)
- An open source web-mapping system for tourism planning and marketing (2014)
- Who's watching your food? A flexible framework for public health monitoring (2012)
- Geotourism Potential in North Carolina: Perspectives from Interpretation at State Parks (2010)