Frank Sobie is an Associate Professor of Geography in the Fine Arts and Social Science Division. Prior to joining Mott Community College, Frank worked in the private sector for a number of organizations. His experience is primarily with civil engineering, utility, petroleum and geographic information systems (GIS) firms. Frank has been involved with mapping since graduating from college.
Frank has earned both a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science from Eastern Michigan University. He earned an undergraduate degree with a major in Geography and a minor in Geology. His Masters Degree is in Geography with a concentration in Land Use Planning.
Frank teaches courses in World Regional Geography, Crime Mapping and GIS. His teaching interests focus on mapping (GIS), natural resources, geopolitics and North American Regional Geography. Frank was awarded the 2014 IMAGIN "Geospatial Achievement Award" for his lifetime contribution to the organization and continued commitment to the field of GIS and mapping.
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