Dr Robert V. Rohli is Fred B. Kniffen Professor of Geography at Louisiana State University (LSU). He also serves as Coordinator for the Louisiana Geographic Education Alliance and as Faculty Director of the LSU Residential Colleges Program. His research and teaching interests within applied climatology are in hydroclimatology and synoptic-scale atmospheric circulation variability and its impacts. He also has broader research and teaching interests in physical geography, geography education, living-learning communities, and metacognition. Dr T. Andrew Joyner is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geosciences at East Tennessee State University. He has teaching and research experience in the fields of physical geography, applied climatology, spatial epidemiology, and geospatial analysis. The intersection of health, climate, and geography is of particular interest to Dr Joyner.