Undergraduate geography curriculum development and assessment
Exploring cloud-to-ground lightning interactions with landscape
Mapping Late Pleistocene glacial landforms on Pikes Peak
Understanding the role of microclimate on sandstone weathering
Characterizing topographic change through terrestrial 3D laser scanning
Developing and assessing applied undergraduate geography curriculum
Environmental Systems: Landforms and Soils (GES1010)
Digital Earth (GES2050)
Introduction to GIS (GES4050/5050)
Remote Sensing (GES4060/5060)
Image Processing (GES4090/5090)
Principles of Geomorphology (GES4310/5310/GEOL4630/5630)
Field Studies: Silverton, Colorado (GES4460/5170)
Sonic Landscapes: Eco Acoustic Art (HUM3990)
Awards and Honors:
2012 AAG Enhancing Departments and Graduate Education (EDGE) Grant Recipient
2010 AAG Applied Geography Specialty Group Class Exercise Award Competition winner
2009 CU President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative Award
US Geological Survey On the Spot Award
Kodak Nomination of Excellence in Photography
Vogt, Brandon. 2013. Colorado 14ers, Pixel by Pixel. In D. Albert, & G. Dobbs (Eds.), Emerging Methods and Multidisciplinary Applications in Geospatial Research (pp. 239-254). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. (reprint)
Vogt, Brandon. 2012. Terrestrial 3d laser scanners as tools to enhance undergraduate geography curriculum. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 35:21-26.
Vogt, Brandon. (forthcoming) Visualizing summertime lightning patterns on Colorado Fourteeners. The Professional Geographer.
Vogt, Brandon, and P. Hodza. (forthcoming) Using 'Digital Earth' to expose students to GIScience. Journal of Geography.
Cameron, N., E. Butterworth, D. Cerney, W. Gribb, K. Haynes, B. Hodge, R. Honea and Brandon Vogt. 2012. Applied geography education in focus: strategic panel session. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 3(3).