Education Partners

NEHEA-Geobrain project will last for 5 years. Professors, researchers and educators are welcomed to join NEHEA as the associate members of the NEHEA. During the first three years, three education partners will be selected for funding through a Request for Participation (RFP) process each year.

The following proposals have been selected as our funded education partners:

  • In 2006

1. Application of NASA EOS Data to Research and Education in Mountain-focused Geographic Information Science
PI: Jeffrey D. Colby and Christopher A. Badurek
Department of Geography and Planning, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608,

2. Incorporating NASA Data and GeoBrain Technology in Post-Secondary Research and Education
PI: Anupma Prakash
Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 903 Koyukuk Dr., Fairbanks, AK, 99775-7320, USA

3. Enhancing the Teaching and Research in Remote Sensing Image Processing and Analysis with the GeoBrain Technologies
PI: Jenny Q. Du
GeoResources Institute, Mississippi State University

  • In 2005

1. Development, implementation, evaluation and dissemination of GeoBrain curricula
PI: Dr. Mark Abolins
Department of Geosciences, Box 9, Middle Tennessee State University,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132, Fax: 615-898-5592,

2. Proposal to Participate in the NASA EOS Higher Education Alliance i.e. GeoBrain
PI: Dr.Robert E. Ford
Dept. Earth & Biological Sciences, School of Science and Technology, Griggs Hall Room 121,
Loma Linda University (LLU-SST), Loma Linda CA 92350,

3. Extending the Use of GeoBrain Technologies via Photogrammetric and Remote Sensing Teaching
PI: Dr. Guoqing Zhou
Department of Civil Engineering and Technology
Old Dominion University Kaufman Hall, Rm. 214, Norfolk VA, 23529
Tel: (757) 683-3619; Fax: (757) 683-5655; E-mail:

  • In 2004

1. Education Partnership in the NASA EOS Higher Education Alliance Project
-- by Hongmian Gong, Wenge Ni-Meister and William D. Solecki
Department of Geography, Hunter College
City University New York.

2.Applications of NASA EOS Data to Research and Education Activities in the Department of Meteorology at The Pennsylvania State University
-- by George S. Young and Eugene E. Clothiaux
Department of Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University,

3. Integrating and Assessing the Effectiveness of a Custom Web Service Based Delivery System for NASA's Remotely Sensed Imagery and Data Products for Conservation Biology Education and esearch
-- by Jason Drake and John Weishampel
Department of Biology, University of Central Florida.

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