Professor Hauselt Recognized for Excellence in Teaching

CSU Stanislaus Professor Dr. Peggy Hauselt was awarded the prestigious California Geographical Society's Outstanding Educator Award at the organization's annual meeting held in April in Bishop, California. Dr. Hauselt was recognized for her many contributions to the profession including excellence in designing and teaching new course curriculum in geospatial technology and environmental sustainability, outreach to K-12 schools, her work with public and private agencies to develop internships in GIS including the application of geospatial technology in urban planning, precision agriculture and sustainability, and her efforts to develop new and exciting field-based learning activities that provide research opportunities to students, and make important contributions to the community.

Founded in 1946, the California Geographical Society (CGS) is the oldest state-wide organization devoted to enhancing the understanding of geography and promoting interaction amongst academic and applied geographers, as well as members of the general public who share an interest in geography.