Dr. Alice Mulder, Assistant Professor
B.A. 1989 Vassar College; M.A. 1997 and Ph.D. 2003 University of Colorado- Boulder.
Current research interests sit broadly in human-environment interactions, specifically environmental sustainability on and off the campus, sustainability literacy, and land conservation. Dr. Mulder has had experiences of places ranging from the monsoonal Deccan Plateau in India, to the beaches and volcanoes of Hawaii, and the green misty hills of the Lake District in England.
Office: Social Science 302
Phone: (801) 626-6198
Courses Taught at Weber State University
GEOG PS 1000 Natural Environments of the Earth
GEOG SS/DV 1300 Places & Peoples of the World
GEOG SS/DV 1520 Geography of the United States and Canada
GEOG 2920 Sustainability in Thought and Practice
GEOG 3060 World Environmental Issues
GEOG 4880 Individual Research
GEOG 4990 Senior Seminar
Honors 1520 Sustainability: What it is and how to do it
Courses Taught at University of Colorado- Boulder
Maps and Mapping
Service and Committee Work
Chair, WSU Environmental Issues Committee
Advisor for Departmental Honors in Geography
Advisor for the Environmental Studies Minor
Advisor for the Environmental Studies Major through the Bachelor of Integrated Studies
Dorsey, Bryan and Mulder, Alice, 2013. Planning, place-making and building consensus for transit-oriented development: Ogden, Utah case study. Journal of Transport Geography, 32: 65-76.