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Susan J. Bergeron

Associate Professor, Anthropology and Geography

Jonathan Doe
Contact Susan J. Bergeron

Brittan Hall 232

Fall 2019 Office Hours
Mondays/Wednesdays 9:00 - 10:00am;
Tuesdays 11:30 - 1:30pm;
or by appointment


Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” - Arthur C. Clarke


Bergeron's research interests include immersive simulation and 3D landscape reconstruction, geovisualization, the development of digital city models for small municipalities and rural areas, GIScience and the humanities, and geospatial technologies in education. She has co-authored articles on virtual landscapes and book chapters on the Geospatial Web and GIS and geovisualization in the humanities. Bergeron was awarded a PhD Dissertation Fellowship from West Virginia University and is a past recipient of the Special Achievement in GIS Award from ESRI.


Ph.D., Geography, West Virginia University
M.A., Geography, West Virginia University
M.A., History, Syracuse University
B.A., History, Duke University

Interesting Facts

COHFA Distinguished Teaching Award – 2013-2014

Teaching Areas

GIS, Digital Culture and Design, World Regional Geography, Virtual Pasts

Research Areas

Virtual heritage, GIS and 3D geovisualization, immersive virtual landscapes