J.T. Bandzuh

PhD Program

Bellamy 201


MS, Geography, Virginia Tech, 2016
BA, Geography and Political Science, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, 2014

Research Interests

Critical health geography, human geography, pedagogy, human-environment interactions, mosquito-borne diseases, and qualitative methods.

Selected Publications

Bandzuh J.T., K.C. Ernst, J.K.L. Gunn, S. Pandarangga, L.R.K. Yowi, S. Hobgen, K.R. Cavanaugh, R.Y. Kalaway, N.R.J. Kalunga, M.F. Killa, U.H. Ara, C.K. Uejio, M.H. Hayden. (2021). Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of mosquito control and malaria prevention in East Sumba Island, Indonesia. (Submitted for publication).

Bandzuh J.T., L. Juran, K.N. Kolivras, A.B. Wallis. (2017). Local perceptions of measures to control Aedes mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases in Puntarenas and San José, Costa Rica. Journal of Latin American Geography.

Courses Taught

GEO 4804 Geography of Wine
GEA 1000 World Geography