Steven Manson is an associate professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities. He also directs the Human-Environment Geographic Information Science lab.
Dr. Manson combines environmental research, social science, and geographic information science to understand complex human-environment systems. He is a Resident Fellow at the U of M's Institute on the Environment and is a past NASA New Investigator in Earth-Sun System Science and NASA Earth System Science Fellow. He received the Young Scholar Award from the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, the Sustainability Science Award from the Ecological Society of America, and a University of Minnesota McKnight Land Grant Professorship.
Dr. Manson teaches in the areas of geographic information science and spatial analysis of human-environment systems.
Spatial variation of pneumonia hospitalization risk in Twin Cities metro area, Minnesota