Brandt, K., V. Goel, C. Keeler, G. J. Bell, A. E. Aiello, G. Corbie-Smith, E. Wilson, A. Fleischauer, M. Emch & R. M. Boyce (2021) SARS-CoV-2 Testing in North Carolina: Racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities. Health & Place, 102576.
Category: Graduate Student
Graduate student Mike Hawkins was awarded a Mellon-ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship. The one year fellowship will support the writing of his dissertation: “From Colonial Cargo to Global Containers: An Episodic Historical Geography of Manila’s Waterfront, 1898-2020.”
PhD candidate Manny Hernandez was featured on p.1 of the December 2020 AAG Climate Specialty Group newsletter to spotlight his achievements in climatology.
Geography and UNC libraries celebrated 2020 GIS Day on Nov. 18 with a traditional map contest. The winners of the map competition were decided by a panel of 5 GIS specialists, including two UNC GIS librarians: Philip McDaniel and Tia … Continued
Geography graduate student Anna Cherry won third place in 2020 UNC GIS Day Map Contest. Her map title is “United States Morrill Act Land Cessions and Land Grant Universities”. Descriptions about this map from Anna: “The relation between indigenous groups, … Continued
When Francisco Laso ’21 Ph.D. was a field research assistant at the Galápagos National Park in 2010, he was shocked to learn that there was very limited collaboration with farmers on conservation issues. So, he has spent the past decade … Continued
Pallavi Gupta, Banu Gökarıksel, and Sara Smith, 2020. “The politics of saving Muslim women in India: Gendered geolegality, security, and territorialization,” Political Geography, volume 83, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2020.102257 Part of special issue: Security, violence, and mobility: The embodied and everyday politics of … Continued
The deadline is Nov. 13 noon, 2020. You can submit digital maps, or online maps (URLs) via this link. The best three maps will be decided by a panel of GIS specialists. Students who create the best three maps … Continued
Rachel Woodul talks about COVID-19 and her research on pandemics. Click this link to listen.