Geography department and Davis Library co-sponsored the GIS day map competition event, which was open to all students from UNC-CH. Andrea Stewart, who is a Environmental Science Major, and also double minor Computer Science and Geography, won the third place. She created an … Continued
In Nov 18, 2015’s GIS day event, which was co-sponsored by Geography department and Davis Library, Tim Stallmann, who graduated from geography’s master program, did an excellent presentation on “Mapping for Social Chang”, followed by a map competition, which was open … Continued
McNally Award: Ellen Currin Douglas Eyre Leadership Award: Omololu Refilwe Babatunde Melinda Meade Research Award: Katherine Batchelor 2015 Honors Theses: Omololu Babatunde: “Black Liberatory Senses of Place: Creating From Abject Otherness”. Katharine Batchelor: “An Analysis of the Religious Rights and … Continued
Carrie Hamilton who received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduates award this month. The award will support Carrie’s summer research in Ecuador, where she is conducting an independent project, under the supervision of Dr. Valdivia, on “Oil … Continued
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Petition calling for renaming Saunders Hall written by UNC students is published in Daily Tar Heel- http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2015/02/letter-students-and-staff-call-for-hurston-hall
GIS day at UNC brought together students, faculty, and staff for a series of events exploring how geographic information can advance research and policy. Ellen Currin, a Geography major, won first place in one of the day’s events – the Innovative … Continued
Omololu Refilwe Babatunde, a Geography and African, African American, and Diaspora studies double major, was featured in the Daily Tar Heel. Read more about how Omololu is involved in educating the campus and community about the history of UNC, and … Continued
Below is a link to a video, produced by Endeavors Magazine about Geography Major Jack Largess’s 2014 SURF project on the Catawba River. http://vimeo.com/104545284
The Department of Geography May Graduate Reception for geography graduates and majors will take place May 13th, 2012, following Commencement (around 11.30/12.00 onwards) in 220 Saunders Hall on South Green. All students and their families and friends are welcome.