I am interested in geography and environmental education, urban planning, and the design and use of public parks and spaces. I am a former urban planner with experience in several US states.
Adrienne Goldsberry is an instructor of GEOG 482: Making Maps That Matter With GIS and GEOG 483: Problem Solving with GIS. She is also the advisor for students in the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems program. In her role as advisor, Adrienne guides students through the certificate program and regularly communicates with current and prospective students to ensure that the appropriate faculty member, staff member, or administrator addresses their questions or concerns. Prior to joining Penn State, she was an online instructor for Michigan State University’s Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences and managed its online Professional Certificate in GIS. She has also worked as an urban planner for jurisdictions in California, Texas, and Michigan. Adrienne holds a BA in Geography from The University of Texas at Austin and earned her MA in Geography from UC-Santa Barbara.