Steve Jennings, PhD
Steve Jennings, PhD
Associate Professor Emeritus
Areas of Interest
- Geography Education
- PhD, Geography, University of California Davis, 1989
- MS, Geography, University of Utah, 1983
- BS, Geography, University of Utah, 1981
- GES 1010: Environmental Systems: Landforms and Soils
- GES 1050: Map and Compass
- GES 3050: Introduction to Cartography
- GES 4260: Biogeography
- GES 4270: Advanced Biogeography
- GES 4280: Plant Communities of the Western United States
- GES 4290: Plant Communities of Colorado
- In Press. Jennings. S. The construction of sense of place, observations from the field. GeoHumanities
- 2016. Jennings, S. and G. Ekiss. A geographic perspective for analyzing primary sources. Social Education 80(5): 304-308.
- 2015. Jennings, S. Preservice teachers and geography education in Colorado. Papers in Applied Geography 1(1): 90-95.
- 2014. Jennings, S. and E. Billmeyer. Modeling subalpine and upper montane forest-climate interactions in Colorado: a comparative study using GIS. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 5(4): 22-35.
- 2013. Jennings, S. Forest changes on Pikes Peak, Colorado, as interpreted through repeat photography. Papers In Applied Geography 36: 83-91.
- 2013. Jennnings, S. Questions to facilitate the use of maps as primary sources in the classroom. The Social Studies 104: 200-206.
- 2012. Jennings, S. and E. Billmeyer. Modeling subalpine and upper montane forest-climate interactions in Colorado. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 35: 327-335.
- 2008. Jennings, S. A reexamination of the origin of forest differences at a subalpine location in Colorado. Madrono 55: 303-305.
- 2006. Jennings, S. A content comparison of six physical geography textbooks spanning a century. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 26:1-14.
- 2003. Jennings, S. Unconsidered impacts of reforestation in the Pikes Peak region, Colorado. Papers of Applied Geography Conferences 26:399-407.
- 2003. Jennings, S. and T.P. Huber. Campus-based geographic learning, a field oriented teaching scenario, Journal of Geography 102: 185-192.
- 1996. Jennings, S. An evaluation of the influence of travel on the geographic knowledge of college students, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 5: 45-54.
- 1993. Jennings, S. and D.L. Elliott-Fisk. Packrat midden evidence of late Quaternary vegetation change in the White Mountains, California-Nevada, Quaternary Research 39: 214-221.
Honors and Awards
- Appointed co-coordinator with Rebecca Theobald for the Colorado Geographic Alliance (COGA) by the Colorado Geographic Education Fund and the National Geographic Society Education Fund, 2008.
- Fulbright Grant to lecture at the University of Latvia, 2007.
- Distinguished Teaching Award from the Association of Former Students of Texas A&M, University College of Geosciences and Maritime Studies, 1996.
Volunteer and Service
- Coordinator, Colorado Geographic Alliance, 2008-Present
- Chair, Great Plains / Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, 1999-2000