Below is a directory of current faculty in the Geography Department. Click on the name or photo of the faculty member for more information about that individual.
Watershed hydrology, ecology & geomorphology, GIS, remote sensing
Social, landscapes & values, North America
Human-environment interactions, systems modeling and simulation, conservation ecology, environmental policy, GIS, China
Latin America, social theory, third world development
Medical geography, spatial epidemiology, health & environment, GIS
Population, environment and development; survey and statistical methods
Cultural, feminist political geography; religion, secularism, pluralism; identity and subject formation; bodies and embodiment; Turkey, the Middle East
Political economy, political ecology, international development, commodity studies, agrarian studies, environmental politics, natural resources
Historical, cultural, & political geography; history of science; social theory
Climatology, climate change, meteorology
Development, state formation, nationalism, nature-society relations, agrarian studies, Southeast Asia
GIS, Programming, Cartography, Urban Modeling, Remote Sensing
Urban geography, global cities, civil society, migration, labor markets and economic development
Conservation, Landscape Ecology, Biogeography, Remote Sensing, GIS
Development practices; normativity and moral geographies; participatory methodologies; religion and secularization; youth, class and precarity.
Conservation and development, social-ecological systems, institutional analysis, environmental governance, forest ecology, political ecology, East Africa
Globalization, economic geography, regional development, post-socialism, social and cultural theory, counter-cartographies.
Political Geography, Black Geographies, Racialization and Socio-Territorial Movements in the Americas, Decolonization, and Critical Theory.
Ecohydrology, watershed hydrology, biogeochemistry, land-atmosphere interactions, tropical hydrology, climate and land use/land cover change
Political, cultural, and feminist geography; intimacy, territory, and bodies; health politics; geopolitical subject formation; Ladakh; Jammu and Kashmir; South Asia
Remote sensing, ecological modeling, forest ecosystems, land-cover/land-use change and climate change impacts on ecosystem functions, and GIS
Latin America; environment, identity and governance; critical resource geography; political ecology
Human-Environment Interactions, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Simulation Models
Climatology, dendrochronology, water resources