Dr. Thomas Hannon was hired in 1970 and served as a professor in the Department of Geography, Geology and the Environment, retiring in 2004. Currently he is the curriculum director for the Institute for Learning in Retirement and spends his free time researching cemeteries and cemetery landscape. While working at SRU, Hannon was the advisor of the geography honorary Gamma Theta Upsilon and the sorority Sigma Sigma Sigma. He was also the chair of the university promotions committee and an organizer for overseas summer programs.
Hannon has received two Fulbright grants for research travel in Europe and has taught on exchange at Trinity College, Dublin, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh as well as in Salzburg, Austria and Seoul, Korea.
February 25, 2009
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