Colloquium (9/15): “Running from the Hills” by Frances O’Morchoe
Dr. Purifoy and the Center for the American South hosted a launch party to celebrate the Black Geographies issue of the journal Southern Cultures, which Dr. Purifoy guest edited. In the special issue, authors roller skate to claim space and … Read more
Dr. Riveros-Iregui and the UNC Carbonshed Lab have received a new grant from the National Science Foundation’s Frontier Research in Earth Sciences (FRES) Program, titled “From Peaks To Slopes To Communities, Tropical Glacierized Volcanoes As Sentinels of Global Change: Integrated … Read more
Dr. Clark Gray’s research on climate change and migration is featured in Endeavors.
Professor Paul Taillie’s publishes a study on sea level rise and Florida Keys species. Original article can be found at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-023-02669-w
In June 2023, a delegation from UNC Geography traveled to London, United Kingdom, to conduct the workshop “Researching the Global South: Exploring the Conceptual and Methodological Challenges of Global South Research” in partnership with colleagues from King’s College London. The … Read more
Climate change is expected to have important negative consequences for the health and living standards of vulnerable populations in low and middle-income countries, but to date there are few population-based strategies that have been documented to help protect against these … Read more
Geography doctoral candidate, Caitilin McMillan, had been awarded a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant from the Human-Environment and Geographical Sciences Program to support her fieldwork. Caitilin’s dissertation project, “Social and Geographic Dimensions of Humanitarian Care Work”, examines how … Read more
Professor Nina Martin’s Maymester class on Durham featured in The Well.
In a momentous celebration on May 14, 2023, unc geography bestowed upon Meagan Harrington, a promising graduate of the esteemed Geography program, the highly acclaimed Melinda Meade Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. The prestigious certificate commemorates Meagan Harrington’s exceptional … Read more