I am a geospatial analyst experienced with GIS in utility mapping and rural addressing. I am interested in projects that use geospatial knowledge and tools to solve problems internationally.
Beth King is co-author and instructor of GEOG 483: Problem Solving with GIS and instructor of GEOG 482: Making Maps That Matter With GIS. Beth is the Assistant Program Manager for Online Geospatial Education. She follows the progress of students in the Master of Geographic Information Systems (MGIS) degree program. In her role as an Assistant Program Manager, Beth has regular communication with students to identify questions and concerns and to ensure that students' questions are addressed by the appropriate faculty member, staff member, or administrator. She previously worked as a GIS Analyst for a private water/wastewater engineering firm, where she managed a wide range of GIS projects from turnkey sanitary sewer conversion to 911 rural addressing.
Upcoming Course Offerings
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 483: Problem Solving with GIS|
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 596A: Individual Studies - Peer Review|
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 596B: Individual Studies - Capstone Project|
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 596C: Individual Studies|
|Fall 2, 2022||GEOG 596A: Individual Studies - Peer Review|
|Fall 2, 2022||GEOG 596B: Individual Studies - Capstone Project|
|Fall 2, 2022||GEOG 596C: Individual Studies|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 482: Making Maps that Matter with GIS|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 483: Problem Solving with GIS|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 596A: Individual Studies - Peer Review|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 596B: Individual Studies - Capstone Project|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 596C: Individual Studies|