Richard Hough

Year completed: 
1962
Rich Hough

Biography

Education:

  • A.B. English, Syracuse University, 1952
  • M.A. Geography, Syracuse University, 1957
  • Ph.D. Geography, University of Wisconsin, 1963

Appointments at SFSU:

  • Assistant Professor of Geography 1962-1968
  • Associate Professor of Geography 1968-1972
  • Professor of Geography 1972-94?

Professional Organization Service

  • CGS Board member and President
  • APCG
  • AAG
    • co-author of the HGSP unit 
    • Co-chair of Local Arrangements Committee, SF 1970.
    • Member of Local Arrangements Committee, LA
  • Presented papers at quadrennial congresses in Tokyo, Washington, D C, and at a Rural Development conference in Jerusalem.

Teaching Specialties:

  • Geography of Japan
  • Cultural Geography
  • Geography of Ethnic Communities
  • Internships

Field Trips

  • Water for the Cities:  SF & LA -- trans-Sierra to Inyo County
  • Basic San Francisco (AAG 1970 and 1994)
  • Fog and Fault (AAG 1970 and 1994)
  • SF at Night
  • California Delta
  • Central Valley: Fresno to SF
  • Japan and SE Asia (ran once through Extension)