Clark State Community College
Course(s): GEO 1000 - Introduction to GIS and Cartography
Adam Parrillo earned a B.S. in Geography (2000), an M.A. Geographic Techniques (2003), and Ph.D. (2009) in the Social Geography of Urban Development with a minor in planning, all from the University of Cincinnati. He is currently an assistant professor and coordinator for the Geospatial Technology Program at Clark State Community College in Springfield, Ohio where he instructs courses in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing. In previous positions at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, Georgia Southern University, Northern Kentucky University, and University of Cincinnati, he instructed a fairly broad range of courses with topics in urban geography/studies, human geography, cartographic techniques, GIS, people and the environment, world regional geography, and a variety of regional geography courses. Dr. Parrillo also enjoys research/ project work, which includes a housing study of Oconto, WI, overseeing projects with the Green Bay Police Department, and co-leading a variety of planning projects as part of a multi-year summer internship in Tena, Ecuador. Adam is a geographer that loves to share the value that geospatial technologies can provide to a variety of problems and professions.