William 'Hal' Warren, Ph.D.
Program Chair, Asian Studies/International Studies
Ph.D., Geography, University of Hawaii at Manoa; M.A., Geography, UCLA; East-West Center Fellow
B.S., Geography, University of Idaho
Dr. Warren teaches a wide range of geography courses including Cultural Geography, Economic Geography, Population Dynamics, and Physical Geography. He also teaches international studies courses on Japan. His research interests include population and social issues; American and East Asian cultural landscapes; and the movement, distribution, and landscapes of minority populations. During his graduate studies at the University of Hawai`i, he received an East-West Center Population Institute scholarship. Recently Dr. Warren presented his research to the Association of America Geographers, to the East-West Center, and to the International Geographical Congress. Off-campus, he often gives presentations to K-12 teacher training organizations, and he is a Captain in the United States Naval Reserve.