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Geography, Environment, and Society

Austin MillerFall 2018 Content Creator
Austin Miller

Digital Newsletters

CLAgency Content Creators write stories each semester that are published on departments' websites, shared via social media, and emailed out to department alumni and friends as a digital newsletter.

Recent Stories

Portrait of Erin Jones and Karah VueBenson

Research in the First Person

The Gullah/Geechee Nation has a unique, centuries-old American culture that is under threat. Geography undergraduates Erin Jones and Karah VueBenson traveled to visit Gullah/Geechee people face-to-face to learn from them about their struggles and how collaborative scholarship can contribute to their efforts to protect their land.
Kate Carlson looking into a microscope in a lab setting.

Kate Carlson: Mapping her Future

Sophomore Kate Carlson has already job shadowed a county GIS specialist, mapped Shakespearean plays as part of her honors project, and worked in the dendrochronology lab. “The Department of Geography offers experiences that teach not only the concepts needed in the field of geography, but also the real-world applications of them,” she says.
Professor Brown speaking and pointing at a presentation screen

Brown Day 2016

Geography celebrated the fifty-third annual Ralph H. Brown Day this past April. The event aims to encourage conversation among geography students, faculty, and alumni from across the Department of Geography, Environment & Society. Professor Dan Brown from the University of Michigan presented the keynote lecture.
Photograph of student Talia Anderson

Geography and CLA Pave the Way for a Career in Academia

Talia Anderson nurtured a deep interest in working on environmental issues in Central America during a study abroad experience in Venezuela spring semester of her sophomore year. After a field week in Guatemala her junior year, she was granted an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program scholarship for her research on tree rings in relation to climate in Guatemala. Anderson credits CLA’s curriculum in helping her find her path and prepare her for the future.