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Lawrence M. Kiage

Graduate Student Milestones: Contact Dr. Larry Kiage to make sure that you’re on the right track graduate students!

Posted On October 26, 2016
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Please reach out to Dr. Larry Kiage if you are a new graduate student or an undergrad seeking information on graduate school. Or, if you just have questions! Dr. Kiage recently became the department Graduate Advisor and he has the answers you may need. You can email him at lkiage@gsu.edu or find him in his… more »

AGI Begins National Dialogue on Geosciences National Policy

Posted On November 9, 2015
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The geoscience community has the knowledge, experience, and ingenuity to address a wide range of societal needs. We study Earth’s systems, the complex geologic, marine, atmospheric, and hydrologic processes that sustain life and the economy. Geoscience expertise allows us to better understand and predict the interactions between people and Earth’s systems; such expertise is essential… more »

Brian Meyer, P.G., Defends Ph.D. Dissertation on Environments of St. Catherines Island, Georgia

Posted On July 23, 2013
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Brian Meyer successfully defended his Ph.D. Dissertation titled “Shoreline Dynamics and Environmental Change under the Modern Marine Transgression: St. Catherines Island, Georgia.” Brian’s work is focusing on understanding how the environments of St. Catherines Island and the Georgia coastline are changing under the current conditions of rising sea levels.  In addition to contributing to our… more »

Call for Proposals- Critical Geography, Spatial Theory and Everyday Life: A Symposium

Posted On February 11, 2013
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Call for Proposals- Critical Geography, Spatial Theory and Everyday Life: A Symposium

Monday – February 11, 2013

This interdisciplinary symposium will convene graduate work exploring questions rooted in critical geography, spatial theory and spatial practice, or theories of everyday life. It developed after a number of graduate students in Metro Atlanta, who are… more »

Community Geography, Food Deserts, and the Power of Maps

Posted On February 6, 2013
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Community Geography, Food Deserts, and the Power of Maps

Wednesday – February 06, 2013

The growing subfield of Community Geography produces research focused on issues chosen in partnership with community organizations, and often completed with community involvement. Food access (usually called food desert) studies are particularly well suited for such research. Community organizations… more »

2013 CSAW REU: paid summer research recruitment

Posted On January 24, 2013
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2013 CSAW REU: paid summer research recruitment

Thursday – January 24, 2013

This summer at Georgia State University in Atlanta, we are pleased to host the second year of our “Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site: Addressing Social and Environmental Disparities through Community Geography and Geographic Information Systems”.  The project is funded by… more »

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