Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-3147
Ph.D., Human Geography, Texas A&M University
M.S., Geophysics, Southern Methodist University
B.A., Mathematics, Trinity University
GIS Certificate, University of Texas at Dallas, 2000
- Finalist in the Student Paper Competition at 2006 SWAAG
- First prize in Texas A&M Student Research Week, social sciences ($200), 2005
- Graduate Excellence Scholarship, TAMU College of Geosciences, Department of Geography ($1,000), 2004
- Graduate Merit Scholarship ($17,000), 2001-02
- Texas A&M Association of Former Students Scholarship ($3,000), 2001-02
- Hollis Marshall Memorial Scholarship ($1,000), 2001-02
GEOG 201: Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 202: Geography of the Global Village
GEOG 203: Planet Earth
GEOG 213: Planet Earth Lab
GEOG 205: Environmental Change
GEOG 301: Geography of the United States
GEOG 390: Principles of GIS
Instructional Assistant Professor
Dissertation: “Changing Patterns and Perceptions of Water Use in East Central Texas Since the Time of Anglo Settlement.”
- Texas water resources.
- Historical environmental geography of the American South and West.
- Local histories and folk culture.
Patzewitsch, W. 2014. “When a geographer collects bricks.” Journal of the International Brick Collectors Association, 32(2): 60-61.
Patzewitsch, W. 2011. Images of America: Bryan, Texas. Charleston, sc: arcadia publishing.
08/2008 – Present: Lecturer of Geography at Texas A&M University
08/2007 – 05/2008: Instructor of Human Geography at Louisiana State University
01/2007 – 05/2007: Instructor of Geography at Blinn College
08/2004 – 05/2007: Lecturer of Geography at Texas A&M University
08/2002 – 05/2003: Teaching Assistant in Geography at Texas A&M University
06/1986 – 08/2001: Founding member and Sr. Explorationist with Chief Petroleum Company in Dallas
12/1973 – 06/1986: Geophysicist and Exploration Manager with Atlantic Richfield in Dallas, Anchorage, and Houston