Eric Myott, M.S. Research Fellow, conducts and develops research and previously worked as a geographic information science (GIS) specialist at the Institute. His twenty years of experience and skills includes producing and managing a large range of socioeconomic data sets and GIS maps depicting demographic spatial patterns in metropolitan areas. Efforts include mapping and analyzing the changing racial diversity and election results in U.S. cities and suburbs. He also specializes in examining home mortgage lending patterns and is expanding research about employment, commuting and affordable housing in the 50 largest U.S. metropolitan areas.
Myott contributes to empirical and policy research at the Institute, as well as provides technical expertise, generating materials and results that help enhance knowledge about societal issues and inequities in metropolitan areas. He has a B.S. in geography from the University of St. Thomas and a M.S. in geographic information science from the University of Minnesota.
For further information on Eric Myott, please consult his curriculum vitae.