The Department of Geography and the University Libraries’ Davis Library Research Hub are collaborating to host two events on this year’s GIS DAY (Nov. 13, 2019). 1. Please submit your map via https://geography.unc.edu/private-forms/unc-gis-day-map-competition-submission/ before noon, Nov 12., 2019. Map … Continued
Pallavi Gupta, third year graduate student in the Department of Geography was selected as a 2019 Humanities Professional Pathway Fellow. The goal of this fellowship was to support her development as a community-engaged scholar. She worked in collaboration with two … Continued
This project examines the childhood geographies of youth caregivers under the age of 18 years old. Every day in the United States, more than 1.4 million youth caregivers support family members who have a chronic illness, disability, or other health … Continued
Zhang, Y., C. Song, L. E. Band & G. Sun (2019) No proportional increase of terrestrial gross carbon sequestration from the greening Earth. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
Osborne, Z. M., S. L. van de Gevel, M. A. Eck & M. Sugg (2019) An Assessment of Geospatial Technology Integration in K–12 Education. Journal of Geography, 1-12.
Woodul, R. L., P. L. Delamater & M. Emch (2019) Hospital surge capacity for an influenza pandemic in the triangle region of North Carolina. Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology, 30, 100285.
Dr. Gökarıksel co-directed and taught in the Duke Middle East in Europe summer program based in Berlin. She and her students created this storymap that has many pictures and reflections on the dynamic spaces of Berlin.
Congratulations to 2019 Geography Graduates! Picture of Graduation Cake on May 12, 2019. Panoramic View of the Graduation Ceremony McNally Award for Excellence in Geography and J Douglas Eyre Award for Outstanding Leadership: Ezra Rawitsch Melinda Meade … Continued
While conducting research on his dissertation related to mineral rights in Texas, UNC Geography PhD Candidate Trey Murphy was interviewed by the NPR bureau in west Texas on the booming oil economy and the possibility of a bust. To hear … Continued
Students in Geography 429: Urban Politics of Durham, NC. (taught by Dr. Nina Martin) worked in groups throughout the semester to create podcasts on variety of urban geography-related topics, carefully examining the transitions happening in Durham. Please check the following … Continued