Departmental Research Themes

The faculty of the Department of Geography are engaged in research that spans disciplinary boundaries as well as the world. Active research agendas and teaching styles, linked to state-of-the-art computing and instructional facilities, provide diverse learning and research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students across the University.

 

RACE, SPACE, AND DIFFERENCE

Professor Faier | Professor Moore | Professor PottsProfessor Sheppard | Juan Herrera

BIOGEOGRAPHIC PROCESSES

Professor Cavanaugh | Professor Diamond | Professor Gillespie | Professor MacDonald | Professor Okin

CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHIES

EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE

GLOBALIZATION, URBAN, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHIES

POPULATION MOVEMENT AND FLOWS

GEOGRAPHIES OF NATURE AND SOCIETY

HYDROLOGICAL AND GEOMORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES

GEOGRAPHIC METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

REGIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE AND VARIABILITY

Professor MacDonaldProfessor RaphaelProfessor Xue