Chris Oxendine

Civilian Education

2013 PhD: Earth Systems and Geoinformation Science
(expected) George Mason University

2004 Master of Science: GIS/Cartography
University of Wisconsin-Madison

2001 Master of Arts: Business and Organizational Security
Webster University

1996 Bachelor of Science: Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy
United States Military Academy

Teaching Experience

Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, USMA, West Point, New York

Position:
2006-2007 Assistant Professor
2004–2006 Instructor

Department Duties:
2005-present Course Director, EV378, Cartography
2005-present Course Director, EV379, Photogrammetry

Courses Taught:
2004-2006 EV203, Physical Geography (three semesters)
2005-2007 EV378, Cartography
2005-2007 EV379, Photogrammetry

Invited Talks and Papers

“Integrating Geospatial Information to Prevent and Respond to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive Events” Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. 8-9 November 2005.

“Examining the Role of Security Forces in CBRNE Events”, INSS, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. 8-9 November 2005.

Scholarly Publications

Conference Presentations/Proceedings:

Richmond, A., Chastain, J., and Oxendine, C.E. 2007. “Natural Resource Dependency and the United States’ National Security Interests” Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA April 17-21, 2007.

Bergmann, Jeffery and Oxendine, C.E., 2006. “GIS & Grief: Leveraging Technology and Theory to Heal“ Proceedings of ESRI International Users Conference, San Diego, CA, Aug 7-11, 2006.

Oxendine, C.E. and Chastain, James, 2006. “Lumbee Exodus: Lumbee Indian Migration and Identity“ Proceedings of ESRI International Users Conference, San Diego, CA, Aug 7-11, 2006.

Oxendine, C.E., 2005. “Integrating Geospatial Information to Prevent and Respond to WMD Attacks” Proceedings of the ESRI International Users Conference, San Diego, CA, July 25-29, 2005.

Univ. of Wisconsin Master's Thesis:

Oxendine, C.E., 2004. Integrating GIS with Remote Sensing to Detect the Flat-top Pine Tree: An Important Element of the Red Cockaded Woodpecker’s (Picoides borealis) Habitat. Master Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, North Carolina.

Editorial Board:

Hummel, L. J., 2005. Student Study Guide: EV203 Terrain Analysis. Fifth Edition. New York, New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Grants

2004-2005 “Integrating Geospatial Information to Prevent and Respond to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive Events, Institute for National Security Studies (INSS, ($4770, 12 months)
“Examining the Role of Security Forces in CBRNE Events”, INSS, ($3700, 12 months)

2005-2006 “Non-Lethal Weapons for Homeland Defense and Civil Support” INSS, ($4400, 12 Months)

2006-2007 “Natural Resource Dependency and US National Security Interests” ($4100, 12 months)

Scientific and professional societies of which a member

Gamma Theta Upsilon
Military Police Officer Association

Professional development activities:

2004–2006 Master Teacher Program, USMA
2004 New Instructor Training, USMA

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