Climate Change, Global Health and the Inequalities of Risk

Geographers Eloho Basikoro, Luke Bergmann, Brandon Derman, and Matt Sparke to speak at symposium designed to cross-borders and disciplines in order to re-map and rethink vulnerability and resilience.

The symposium begins Thursday, April 17th – HUB 145 6:00-7:30 Keynote Lecture Patrick Bond, Development Studies, University of Kwazulu-Natal Climate Change, Global Health and Social Advocacy: Click to Read More

Geography Undergraduates Win Academic Honors

Congratulations to our students for some stellar academic achievements:

Helen Olsen, Mary Gates Research Scholar, for her project  “Examining Zones of Encounter and Sites of Governance: The Middle Class Poverty Projection”. Helen also received a Mary Gates Leadership Scholarship for her project, “Caring Across Distance: Working with the Critical Development Forum.”

Mollie Holmberg, Mary Click to Read More