Geosciences’ Associate Professor, Dr. Lawrence Kiage, was recently featured on the Georgia State University homepage regarding his research in paleotempestology. For the article, please follow the link below:
Now that his two terms as Department Chair are completed, Dr. Elliott is returning to the faculty to continue his work in research and teaching. Dr. Elliott is currently pursuing several areas of research, including dealing with how clay minerals can adsorb radioactive contaminants, supported by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Dr. Deocampo becomes Chair… more »
We are very pleased to announce that Amber Keller, one of our outstanding graduating geography majors, has accepted a high-profile GIS internship position with the Association County Commissioners of Georgia. She will use GIS on a daily basis this summer to work with organizations and officials across the state to influence policy decisions. Congratulations to… more »
Congratulations to Jessica Su, one of our amazingly talented undergraduate geography majors. Jessica has accepted a GIS internship with the GA Department of Natural Resources. Well done, Jessica!
We are pleased to announce that Ryan Barrett, MS student in Geosciences, received honorable mention in the “Young Leaders Mapping Sustainable Development Challenges” poster session at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting for his thesis work entitled “Investigating the Atlanta Food System: A Mixed Methods Study of Environmental Sustainability and Human Health.” The competition… more »
Five students from the Department of Geosciences presented research at the 2013 Georgia State University – Undergraduate Research Conference. These students have gone above and beyond to produce outstanding research during their undergraduate career. Students who presented include:
Alexandra Simpson – Determination of the CEC in SRS Soils and the Capacity of EPA Model 9081… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University’s Jeremy E. Diem, associate professor of geography, will join researchers from several universities to explore the links between land use, climate and wildlife in protected areas of western Uganda.
The National Science Foundation sponsored project is from the NSF’s Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program, and is led… more »