Linda Bailey Hayden

EDUCATION: PH.D. MATHEMATICS/EDUCATION 1989, American University, Washington, DC M.S. COMPUTER SCIENCE 1983, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA M.A. MATHEMATICS/EDUCATION 1972, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH B.S. MATHEMATICS/PHYSICS 1970, Virginia State University, Petersburg, VA ____ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: DIRECTOR, Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research, ECSU, 2002 - present PROFESSOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (tenured), 1980-present, Elizabeth City State University ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, 1988-89, Univ. of the District of Columbia INSTRUCTOR OF MATHEMATICS, 1972-78, Kentucky State University & University of Kentuck

There are 4 included publications by Linda Bailey Hayden :

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Building a Model of Collaboration Between Historically Black and Historically White Universities 2011 27 Despite increases over the last two decades in the degrees awarded to underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, enhancing diversity in these disciplines remains a significant challenge. This pa...
Collaborations Focused on Enhancing Undergraduate Involvement in Remote Sensing Applications to Atmospheric and Earth Science Research 2006 62 This paper discusses the mentoring strategies used with groups of undergraduate physics, mathematics, and atmospheric science majors to develop their ability to contribute to remote sensing investigations. The projects have been a joint effort of sci...
Hands-on GPS and Remote Sensing Training for High School Learners During IGARSS 2009 in Cape Town, South Africa 2010 60 Continuing the commitment of the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) to education and outreach, the IEEE 2009 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) conference in Cape Town, South Africa provided an opportunity for ov...
Reduction and Loss of an Ice Shelf in Elizabeth City State University Bay, Antarctica: 1972 - 2003 2013 32 Gradual reduction of a small ice shelf in the Pine Island Bay area is measured using eleven Landsat images spanning 1972 to 2003. Measurements of Ice shelf area indicate that it expanded slightly during the first two decades of observations from appr...