Cary Anderson, M.S. Student
302 Walker Bldg.
Dept. of Geography
Penn State University
State College, PA, 16802

MS Geography, Penn State University (August 2018)
BA Geography, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Academic Experience
Teaching Assistant, Dr. Cindy Brewer, Spring 2018
Teaching Assistant, Dr. Cindy Brewer, Fall 2017
Graduate Assistant, Dr. Cindy Brewer, Spring 2017
Research Assistant, Dr. Anthony Robinson, Fall 2016

Professional Experience
Cartography Technician, Garmin International, 2014-2016

Anderson, C.L. (2018) Color Me Calm: The Influence of Affectively Congruent Color Assignments in Categorical Mapping. American Association of Geographers (AAG). New Orleans, L.A., United States, April 10th-14th.

Anderson, C.L. (2018) Map Happy: Emotive Color Connotations in Cartographic Design. Penn State Geography Coffee Hour Lecture Series. University Park, P.A., United States, March 16th.

Anderson, C.L. (2017) Adding Context to Colors in Categorical Mapping. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS). Montréal, Canada, October 10th-13th.

Anderson, C.L. (2017) The Sum of Which Parts? An Approach for Representing Composite Index Maps. International Cartographic Conference (ICC). Washington, D.C., United States, July 2nd-7th.

Anderson, C.L. (2017) Dimensions of Well-Being: Challenges in Representing Composite Indices on Maps. American Association of Geographers (AAG). Boston, M.A., United States, April 5th-9th.