RESUME for Vernon Domingo

 

Professor of Geography, Bridgewater State University,
Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 02325  U.S.
Phone: (508)531-2101

Fax:  (508)531-1785

 

              

Born :   Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Education:

High School ..

Paterson High School, Schauder, Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1967

Primary Teacher's Diplom..........

Dower College, Uitenhage, South Africa ....1969

B.A. (Geography and Psychology)...............................

University of the Western Cape, South Africa ..1973

M.A. (Geography)...............................

Clark University, Worcester, Massachussetts .. 1978

Ph.D. (Geography)...............................

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts ...  1980

Employment:

Taught at elementary, middle, and high school in South Africa.

1974 - Personnel Officer, Murray & Stewart, Cape Town.
1975 - Obtained a Fulbright/Hays grant to pursue graduate studies in the U.S.
1980-1982 - Lecturer in geography, Dower College, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
1982-1985 - Taught geography at Firelands College, Huron, Ohio
1986- present - Geography  Professor at Bridgewater State College
1994 - Fulbright Scholar in Suriname, South America.
2002 - Fulbright Scholar in South Africa (see article in Bridgewater Today, 9/12/01)

2011 Visiting Scholar at University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

South Africa, by Vernon Domingo,

in the Modern World Nations series, 

published by Chelsea House.


Research interests:

Third world development:
               Water needs
               Migration patterns
               Commodity pricing

Geographic education:
                 Teaching strategies
                 Curriculum development
                 Simulation activities

 

Organizations:
Co-coordinator, MGA (Massachusetts Geographic Alliance).
Steering Committee member of SEMAGNET (Southeast Massachusetts Geography
Network).

Director, SEMGEC (Southeast Massachusetts Global Education Center)
Membership: Association of American Geographers.
                     Society of South African Geographers.
                     National Council for Geographic Education.
                     Unitarian Universalist Association