Rachel Kornak

Biography

Rachel Kornak teaches GEOG 487: Environmental Applications of GIS. She is based at the University of Michigan, where she is a GIS/database manager. She previously worked in environmental consulting and land use planning, and has designed a GIS property management system that won the 2007 IMAGIN GIS for Everyone Award. Kornak completed a bachelor's degree in environmental geology, a bachelor's degree in Spanish, and a master's degree in environmental science at the University of Michigan She also completed a certificate in GIS at Penn State and is a certified GISP.

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