Drew University is experimenting with a “Domain of One’s Own” Project, where students, faculty and staff learn to develop and maintain their own personal webpage.  This website is a pilot of this project.

Lisa Jordan is Director of the Spatial Data Center at Drew University, and also Assistant Professor of Biology & Environmental Studies.  Her teaching and research interests focus on the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in environmental justice, public health, and population geography.  In particular, her current work centers on the use of the GIS to improve accessibility of both geographic and demographic information for food security analysis. She led the EPA-Drew University partnership (2013-2015) to promote spatial analytical research of the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), and currently teaches a course in Medical Geography to support the Civic Engagement curriculum on campus.

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My son Jacob with a found Waldo (36 of 50)

Matt Jordan, my young environmental activist

It’s a good work day, when I can be found at The Drip, in Madison, New Jersey, with my wonderful husband, Jason Jordan.