Department of Geography

Interim Head: Alex P. Oberle

The Department of Geography teaches the science of place and space. We use high-tech tools to discover and explain spatial patterns in the natural and human worlds. Geographers are active in the study of global warming, natural hazards, globalization, homeland security, rural and economic development, disease outbreaks, and much more. We still make maps, of course; but these days you aren't likely to see a geographer hunched over a drafting table. We use space-based technology and cutting-edge computer technology to create digital maps and interactive representations of the Earth and people.

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Annual Graduate Student Symposium

Faculty Book Gallery

Faculty Publications

Geography Newsletter

Graduate Research Papers

Honors Program Theses

Theses & Dissertations