Amy Sumpter, Ph.D. Geography 2008, has been approved for tenure and promotion to Associate Professor at Georgia College. Currently, Amy is an assistant professor in the Department of History and Geography at Georgia College and teaches courses in human geography, cultural geography, geographies of race, and research methods. Her research has centered on issues of race in the American South, and shee has published on these topics in the Journal of Historical Geography and the Journal of Cultural Geography.
Toni Alexander, Ph.D. Geography 2004, is now chair of the Department of Global Cultures and Languages at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Hired as the chair of a multi-disciplinary department, she is now in her second year in Missouri. A cultural geographer, her research interests are the area of racial and ethnic segregation and domestic migration from rural to urban areas.
Garrett Wolf, M.A. Geography 2012, has received a Fullbright Research Grant to conduct fieldwork in Uzbekistan. Since graduating he has worked for the Water Institute of the Gulf and is co-author of the institute’s Coastal Adaptation Toolkit (2015). He has also worked in Virginia with an environmental consulting firm.