Selima Sultana, Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Georgia
Urban and Transportation, Urban/Transport GIS, Race/Ethnicity, S. Asia
Dr. Sultana's C.V. (PDF document)
A native of Bangladesh, Dr. Selima Sultana received her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia under the supervision of Dr. Jim Wheeler. She is now an Associate Professor of geography at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Her research interests couples the insights of Urban and Transportation Geography with quantitative/qualitative methodologies and GIS, allowing the use of a wide range of spatial data and scales. Very specifically, she is interested in the commuting behavior of individuals and households in their urban environments, focusing on how people negotiate the conflicting demands of household responsibilities and the changing urban setting of their lives. She is also interested in children’s transportation and sustainable urban form as well as in accessibility and equity issues within different race/ethnic groups in different urban settings and in National Parks. In addition, her research is linking issues between transportation, urban form, and public health.
GEO 302 - Urban Geography: Land Use
GEO 304 - Introduction to Transportation Analysis
GEO 322 - Research Methods in Geography
GEO 622 - GIS Applications in Urban Planning
GEO 631 - Transportation Planning
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