YEHUA Dennis WEI portrait
  • Affiliated Faculty, Global Change and Ecosystem Center
  • Affilated Faculty, Asian Studies Program
  • Professor, Geography Department
  • Senior Scholar, Institute of Public and International Affairs (IPIA)

Current Courses

Fall 2021

  • GEOG 7930-007
    Tchg Practicum PhD
  • GEOG 7950-003
    Indiv Projects

Please note: Student feedback is only available for courses prior to Spring 2021

Spring 2021

  • ASTP 6910-001
    Special Topics
    Location: ONLN (Online)
  • BUS 3840-001
    Geography and Business
    Location: ONLN (Online)
  • GEOG 3640-001
    Geog of China & Asia
    Location: ONLN (Online)
  • GEOG 6950-007
    Indiv Projects
  • GEOG 7930-003
    Tchg Practicum PhD
  • GEOG 7950-011
    Indiv Projects

Please note: Student feedback is only available for courses prior to Spring 2021

Professional Organizations

  • Best Paper Award Committee, Geographical Review. 01/2019 - 04/30/2019. Position : Chair.
  • CPGIS. 02/01/1996 - present. Position : Member.
  • AAG. 02/01/1994 - present. Position : Member.

Courses I Teach

  • GEOG 3640 - Geography of China and Asia
    This course aims at a better understanding of peoples and socio-economic landscape in China, with an emphasis on human/economic geographical patterns and linkages between Chinese and Asian economies. Topics include environment and resources, population and society, political governance, economic reforms, economic geography and development, diverse cities and regions, and integration into the global economy.
  • GEOG 6960 - Seminar in Urban Geography
    This course provides a broad overview of important work in urban geography and urban studies; it focuses on urban and development theory and policy, including globalization and cities, urban systems, urban economic development, housing and urban land use, migration and urbanization, neighborhood transition, and spatial structure.
  • PUBPL 6900 - Public Policy Research
    Basic training in research methodology is underlying sound policy analysis and decisions. To critically evaluate the reading materials, this course reviews basic and multivariate statistical techniques and introduces more advanced statistics such as factor analysis and techniques to deal with spatial data. This course will use a combination of lecture, class discussion, labs, assignments, and student presentations.

Former Students

  • Michael Merrill, Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.), Project Type: Project. Role: Chair.
  • Michael Merrill, Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.), Project Type: Project. Role: Chair.