Matt Waller is a geographer who has been teaching with Kennesaw State University for 6 years. His areas of interest include geographic literacy and education, regional studies, cultural geography, and development, aid, & structural adjustment. Professor Waller earned his MSEd in Social Science Education from the University of Georgia in 1997 and his MA in Geography from Georgia State University in 2010. Prior to coming to KSU, he worked in student financial aid, taught middle school gifted, and taught geography and English in East Africa. At Kennesaw State, he teaches World Regional Geography, Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa, and Geography of the Middle East and North Africa. Additionally, he serves as an academic advisor in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Undergraduate Advising Center.