PhD, City University of New York
MA, Hunter College, New York
BA, Hunter College, New York
Interests: Geographic Information Systems, Cartographic Design and Production, Global Positioning Systems
Dr. Mulcahy earned a Bachelor's of Arts degree and a Master of Arts degree in Geography at Hunter College of the City University of New York. She earned a doctoral degree in Earth and Environmental Science from the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York. At East Carolina University she serves as the Co-Director of the Center for Geographic Information Science and the Coordinator of the Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science. Karen has had extensive private and public sector experience in the field of Geographic Information Science for over 30 years and has 20 years of university teaching experience.
Dr. Mulcahy teaches the following courses:
GEOG 1000: Peoples, Places, and Environments
PLAN/GEOG 2410: Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 3450: Introduction to the Global Positioning System
GEOG 4410: Advanced Cartographic Design and Production
GEOG 6400: Seminar in Geospatial Technologies.
GEOG 6410: Advanced Cartography