Month: May 2013
History of Cartography Volume Three Now Online
Volume Three, Cartography in the European Renaissance, was made available to the public on the University of Chicago Press web site on May 20, 2013….
Space as substitute for time in predicting climate-change effects
Jessica Blois (former geography postdoc) and Prof. Jack Williams have published an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) on their research. They use…
Caitlin Kontgis receives NASA Fellowship
Caitlin Kontgis (Ph.D. candidate) was recently awarded the prestigious NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship for her proposal “Urbanization, climate change, and rice crop sustainability”….
Lisa Naughton receives course development grant for innovative classroom activity
Professor Lisa Naughton was awarded a College of Agricultural & Life Sciences International Programs (CALS IP) Science Internationalization Course Development Award for her project, “Who Owns Paradise? Competing Claims…
Belonging to this place: A conversation with Yi-Fu Tuan
May 2, 2013 by Mary Ellen Gabriel, L&S News and Notes The State Street Starbucks belongs to Yi-Fu Tuan. He has a particular chair, a favorite table,…