Research Professor Timothy Heleniak publishes chapter on "Arctic Populations and Migration" in Arctic Human Development Report: Regional Processes and Global Linkages.
SPEAKER SERIES: Dr. Thomas Opel - "Mid to Late Holocene climate change in the Eurasian Arctic (Paleoclimate, Permafrost, Putin and Polar Bear)". February 20th, 4:00pm, Old Main Rm 219
Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL) semester calendar.
Geography senior Christopher Hart has Op. Ed. piece on Google published by two online news sources. See Chris's article on The Edmond Sun or The Davis Enterprise.
Announcing the Dorn C. McGrath, Jr. Lecture Fund. For more information, please see page 7 of the 2014 Newsletter. Click here to donate.
Fall 2014 Departmental Newsletter now available.
GWU Geography mapathon noted in Trajectory magazine article called Defeating Disaster.
The GWU team wins the Geography Bowl trophy for the 5th year in a row at the Middle Atlantic Division Annual Meeting. Congratulations to all the team members!
GW Geography Graduate student, Gloriana Sojo, won first prize in the poster-paper category at the Race, Ethnicity and Place Conference held in Fort Worth, Texas, October 22-24, 2014. Congratulations!
GW Geography Alum, Jill Willson, authors report at Brookings titled “Investing in English Skills: The Limited English Proficient Workforce in US Metropolitan Areas.”
GW Geography Alum, Colleen Pulsford, presents her work with USAID GeoCenter on their Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts at ESRI conference.
Faculty and student's Siberian permafrost research highlighted in Barents Observer.
GW Geography Alum, Brian Hawthorne, part of D-Day Anniversary recognized by President Obama.
The Humanitarian Mapping Society at GW (HMS GW) is a new student organization that will provide geospatial support for international development, and international disaster preparation/response efforts. For more information check them out on Facebook or email.
Professor Mona Atia received the prestigious NSF Career Award to conduct research on poverty mapping in Morocco and Egypt. Next year on her sabbatical she plans to begin this project with field work in Morocco and Egypt.
GW Geography mapping project noted in USAID blog.