PhD in Geography, The Ohio State University, 2010
MA in Geography, West Virginia University, 2005
BA, Ohio Wesleyan University, 2003
Office: 350B Sparks Hall
Community geography, GIS, Participatory GIS, urban geography, cartography, health GIS, service learning
Hawthorne, T. and D. Fyfe. (Forthcoming). “Rethinking the PhD in Geography: The Importance of Student-Led Initiatives” in GeoJournal.
Hawthorne, T. and M.P. Kwan. (2011). “Using GIS and Perceived Distance to Understand the Unequal Geographies of Healthcare in Lower-Income Urban Neighborhoods” (Forthcoming in The Geographical Journal).
Hawthorne, T. L. (2011). “Communities, Cartography and GIS: Enhancing Undergraduate Geographic Education with Service Learning” International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 2(2): 1-16.
Hawthorne, T., Krygier, J., and Kwan, M. P. (2008). “Mapping Ambivalence: Exploring the Geographies of Community Change and Rails-to-Trails Development Using Photo-Based Q Method and PPGIS” Geoforum 39(2): 1058-1078.
Hawthorne T. L., Dougherty M., Elmes G., Fletcher C., McCusker B., Pinto M., and Weiner D. (2006). Beyond the Public Meeting: Building a Field-Based Participatory Geographic Information System for Land Use Planning in Monongalia County, West Virginia. In S. Balram & S. Dragicevic (Eds.), Collaborative Geographic Information Systems. USA: Idea Group Inc.