Although I have a U.S. Defense Dept. background, I'm interested in all aspects and applications of geospatial intelligence.
Steve Handwerk joined the Dutton faculty in November 2012 after nearly 33 years with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and its predecessor organizations. Over half of his career involved the design, development, and management of large GEOINT training programs for NGA, the Intelligence Community, and their international partners. He now serves as the Manager of GEOINT Professional Engagement and Outreach, where he maintains contact with government, commercial, and non-profit organizations involved with GEOINT. Steve also serves as Dutton’s GEOINT career counselor, and is teaching GEOG 885: Advanced Analytic Methods in Geospatial Intelligence. He received his BS in Geography from Penn State in 1974, and his MA in Human Resource Management from George Washington University in 1989.
Upcoming Course Offerings
|Spring 1, 2024||GEOG 882: Geographic Foundations of Geospatial Intelligence|
|Spring 1, 2024||GEOG 885: Advanced Analytic Methods in Geospatial Intelligence|