What Is Geography?
Geography is the study of natural Earth systems, human societies and the interaction between them. Geography bridges the physical and social sciences and geographers work with powerful technologies such as geographic information systems (GIS), digital Earth imagery (remote sensing) and spatial modeling. And geographers are not afraid to get their boots muddy! Geography has a long-standing field tradition, often involving travel to spectacular locations - some of them in our own backyard.
Geographers use a collaborative and integrated approach to help understand complex 21st century challenges such as climate change, globalization, sustainability, urbanization, and living with hazards. Rewarding careers exist in the private and public sectors, and education.
|Fri Apr 18 @ 9:00AM - |
Mike Freeman thesis defense - OSH 216
|Fri Apr 18 @11:45AM - 12:45PM|
Colloquium - Student research proposals OSH 215
|Mon Apr 28 @10:00AM - |
Ryan Bares thesis defense - Paradigm II
|Wed Apr 30 @ 9:00AM - |
Breakfast - OSH 215
|Thu May 01 @10:00AM - |
CSBS Graduate Convocation - Kingsbury Hall
|Thu May 01 @11:30AM - |
Reception for CSBS Master's and PhD graduates, family & friends - Libby Gardner Hall
|Thu May 01 @ 6:30PM - 08:00PM|
University Commencement Ceremony - Huntsman Centerr
|Fri May 02 @ 9:00AM - 10:45AM|
CSBS Undergraduate Convocation - Huntsman Center