Nadine Bopp, M.A., holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture from Louisiana State University and a B.A. in ecology from the University of Missouri. Combining these disciplines led to her avid interest in urban geography. Bopp’s positions as a college professor keep her current on technological advances, and she has developed classes in urban studies, environmental science, sustainable practices, green architecture, mapping, botany, and landscape design. She taught at The School of the Art Institute, Columbia College, and DePaul University for 19 years.