Below is a directory of current graduate students in the Geography Department.
B.A., Bryn Mawr College
Political ecology, cultural landscapes, memory, U.S. South
B. S., Tribhuvan Univ., Nepal; M.A., Purbanchal Univ., Nepal
Human-Environment Interactions, Land Use Land Cover Change, Geospatial Analysis, Community Based Climate Change Adaptation
BA, Rutgers Univ.-New Brunswick, BS, Rutgers Univ.-New Brunswick
health geography, energy poverty in sub-Saharan Africa, human-environmental relationships, community based research
B.S Univ. of Georgia, MPH Univ. of North Carolina
Environmental racism, political ecology, social justice, STS, public health, queer ecology, and the necropolitics of discard
B.A, Davidson College
Social vulnerability, extreme weather, climate change, land-use planning, GIS
B.A., UNC-Chapel Hill
Climatology, meteorology, GIS, health geography
|Deanna K. Corin
B.A. Feminist Studies, UC Santa Cruz
Feminist political geography, health geography, political ecology, wildfires
|Montana A. Eck
B.A., UNC at Asheville. M.A., Appalachian State University
Climatology, Extreme Weather, Meteorology, Natural Hazards, Appalachian Mountains
B.A., The University of Texas at Austin
Feminist geography, political geography, gender, care, labor, development
B.A., Agnes Scott College, M.A., Georgia State University
Feminist geography, social theory, the US South.
B.A, M.S, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Health Geography/ Disease Ecology, Spatial Epidemiology, GIS, Landscape genetics, Spatial Statistics.
|Angélica María Gómez
B.S. Universidad de Antioquia, B.S. Institución Universitaria de Envigado, M.S. Universidad de Antioquia
Tropical hydrology; Remote sensing; Ecohydrological Modeling.
M.A., Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and BSL LLB , Indian Law Society’s (ILS) Law College, Pune
Human geography, Feminist Geography, Gender, and Law.
B.S., University of Southern California; MPH, San Francisco State University
Critical public health, Black Geographies, digital humanities
BA at University of Arizona
Cultural and human geography, military bases, Philippines
B.A., UNC-Chapel Hill
Feminist geography, geographies of religion, Middle East.
B.S., M.S. – Texas A&M University
Climate modeling, large-scale climate dynamics, water resources, climate variability, paleoclimate, monsoons
B.S., California University of Pennsylvania; M.S., Idaho State University
Dendroclimatology, paleoclimate, water resources, historical climatology
B.A., Columbia Univ. M.Sc., Univ.of Montpellier II, Univ. of Groningen
Agroecosystems, complex adaptive systems, conservation, ecology, evolution, human-environment interactions, Galapagos, Ecuador.
BA,Univ. of Florida,MLIS, Florida State Univ.,MA, Univ. of Florida
Political ecology, gender and climate change, post-development, feminist methodologies, environmental justice, Mexico, Guatemala.
B.A., Furman University; M.A., UNC-Chapel Hill
Legal geography, territory, sovereignty, corporate power, Latin America
BA,Queen’s University;MSc,University of Oxford, UK
Indigenous peoples, refugees, belonging, contested space, peacebuilding, conflict resolution
|Ingrid Diaz Moreno
BA, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana;MA, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Political ecology, development studies, gender, labor, Latin America
B.A., M.A., Univ. Of Cincinnati
Surface/Groundwater Hydrology,Geocomputation,Data Visualization
B.A., Grinnell College
Cultural geography, social theory, biopower, spaces of resistance, postcolonial feminism, Sri Lanka
B.A., The University of Alabama
Political Ecology, Climate Politics, Environmental Humanities, Critical development studies
B.A., Trinity University
Feminist Geography, Political Geography, Legal Geography, Urban Neoliberalisms.
B.A., M.A., University of Arizona
Feminist geographies, ontologies of the body, trauma, geographies of healing, the ethics and politics of care.
B.A., New College of Florida
Land degradation, food security, Haiti, political ecology, science and technology studies .
B.S., M.S. Indiana University
Dendroclimatology, hydroclimate, water resources, paleoclimate, stable isotopes
B.A., Florida International University
Social/labor movements, critical social theory, Latin America, political geography, participatory action research
B.A. University of California, Los Angeles
Health geography; spatial epidemiology; infectious diseases; energy poverty and health in sub-Saharan Africa; disease surveillance in remote, resource-limited settings.
|Rachel L. Woodul
B.A., UNC-Chapel Hill
Health geography, GIS, climate-health vulnerability, infectious disease, hazardous extremes