Dr. James Hayes-Bohanan - EarthView Coordinator
Dr. James Hayes-Bohanan has been teaching environmental geography and the geography of Latin America at Bridgewater State University since 1997, after ten years of university-level teaching in Ohio, Arizona, and Texas. He enjoys using coffee, chocolate, and tea as examples of the extraordinary geography of ordinary things. He is frequently invited to teach audiences of all ages about the people and lands connected to these products. Dr. Hayes-Bohanan believes in learning with his students in the classroom and in the field, whether on campus or as far away as the coffeelands of Nicaragua or the Amazon rain forest of Brazil. Dr. Hayes-Bohanan has visited or lived in Brazil, Canada, Cabo Verde, Cuba, Guatemala, Hungary, Jamaica, Jordan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Romania, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
Dr. Vernon Domingo - Geographic Educator
Dr. Domingo is an emeritus professor of geography at Bridgewater State University where he teaches human and physical geography. He is a co-coordinator of the Massachusetts Geographic Alliance and is a frequent presenter of in-service professional development programs for teachers. He is also director of (SEMAGNET) Southeast Massachusetts Geography Network, a teacher resource project that aims to enhance geography teaching and learning in our schools through teacher workshops and geography fairs. Dr. Domingo has visited or lived in Antigua, the Bahamas, Belgium, Botswana, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Cuba, Curacao, Dominican Republic, France, French Guyana, Germany, Guyana, Haiti, Indonesia, Kenya, Lesotho, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Puerto Rico, South Africa, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Suriname, Swaziland, Turks & Caicos, the United Kingdom, United States of America, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Project EarthView Interns
Bridgewater State University students are also essential members of the EarthView team. New students are selected to work with Project EarthView each semester. They bring fresh perspectives as geography and education majors, and also help to keep the EarthView program running smoothly.