Geography department regularly hosts scholars from around the world every semester. These events are open to the general public and all students are encouraged to attend these talks and seminars to gain invaluable information regarding the cutting edge studies ongoing in the field of Geography. All events are held at 3 p.m. and in room 2119 Wood Hall (Unless stated otherwise).
the upcoming events
- October 27th. Dr. Brent Lofgren from Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Climate Change and Water Quantity in the Great Lakes Region: A Tale of Precipitation, Temperature, Radiation, and Walleye on a Stick.
- November 10th. Dr. Wei-Ning Xiang from College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University, China
- Pasteur’s Quadrant: An Appealing Ecophronetic Alternative to the Prevalent Bohr’s Quadrant in Ecosystem Services Research.
- November 17th. Dr. Stephen K. Hamilton, Michigan State University
- Dams Large and Small: Ecosystem Impacts on the World’s Tropical River Systems
- January 26th. Dr. Graham Tobin, School of Geosciences University of South Florida
- Thus Can [a] Man Accustom Himself to Sleep on the Edge of a Precipice.