M.S. Geography, Certificate in GIS; Oklahoma State University
B.S. Geography, Computer Information Systems; University of Nebraska-Kearney
Peoples and Cultures of the World
Maps and Map Investigation
Geography of Europe
Geography of Asia
Geography of Latin America
Cultural, Political, Historical Geography
The Geography of Religion
The Visegrád Four (Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary)
Burger, P.R., Brett R. Chloupek, and H.J. Combs, 2013. A GIScience Approach to Urgent Care Facility Site Selection in Nebraska. Papers in Applied Geography, Volume 36: 495-504.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2010. Religious Differentiation between Germans and Czechs in Bohemia, 1880-1931, The Visegrad Review, ISSN 1920-8782.
Burger, Paul R., and Brett R. Chloupek. 2010. A GIS Spatial Analysis of University of Nebraska at Kearney Alumni Cohorts 1930 – 2004. Great Plains Research, Vol. 20, No. 2.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2013. A GIScience Approach to Urgent Care Facility Site Selection in Nebraska. Applied Geography Conference, Annapolis, MA.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2011. Geography, Catholicism, and Communism in Slovakia, 1948-1989: The struggle for space, place, and identity. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2009. Religious Differentiation between Germans and Czechs in Bohemia, 1880-1931. Challenges for the Geography of Religion in the 21st Century Symposium, Prešov, Slovakia. Aug. 17-19.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2008. Slovakia’s Gypsies: Centuries of Problems, Few New Solutions. Center for Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies Brownbag Series, May 6th, Laird Essay Winner.
Chloupek, Brett R. 2007. Young Czechs’ Perceptions of the Velvet Divorce and the Modern Czech Identity. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Other Professional Experiences
Associate Fellow- Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Boren Fellowship - Dissertation Research Abroad in Slovakia, 2009-2010
Foreign Language/Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship - Polish Language, University of Kansas
National Science Foundation GK-12 Fellowship - The Rural Alliance for Improving Science Education (RAISE)