He is also interested in issues relating to the growth and development of cities, including studies of suburbanization, urban sprawl, and commuting. Dr. Rice teaches a variety of courses that link closely to his research interests, including Advanced Quantitative Methods, Research Design and Geographic Applications, Applied Retail Geography, Urban Geography, and The Geography of the US and Canada. Dr. Rice advises graduate student research in areas that correspond with his research. Recent thesis work supervised by Dr. Rice includes research into the urban impacts of shopping mall development, strategies for multinational retail expansion, and university student commuting patterns.
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