Geography Staff

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From UW–Madison to Jordan, Greece, and D.C. with undergraduate, Hallah

UW Geography is excited to share undergraduate student experiences with you. This week, we would like to introduce you to Ms. Hallah Ghanem. Ms. Ghanem is a senior, majoring in Geography (human geography concentration), and currently living in Washington, D.C. She was a recipient of an award from the Kohn Geography Fund. Read more about Ghanem’s adventures below. […]

Exciting & Free Events, Join us on November 11!

Join the Buzz in Science Hall We hope you will join us for part—or all—of the day. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to us via email, facebook, or twitter. 9–3pm Map-a-thon | Geography Library (more…)

Marín-Spiotta & Mason receive $776,800 National Science Foundation award

Professors Erika Marín-Spiotta and Joe Mason were awarded a $776,800 National Science Foundation award to study the potential for carbon in buried soils, or paleosols, to become a source of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere in response to changes in climate and landscape disturbance. The project builds upon work by former Nelson Institute PhD student Nina […]

GeoData@Wisconsin Highlighted in UW-Madison Libraries Magazine

The Fall 2016 edition of UW-Madison Libraries magazine highlights GeoData@ Wisconsin, a new online application that provides users with direct download access to Wisconsin geospatial data holdings in the Robinson Map Library. GeoData@Wisconsin was jointly developed by the Robinson Map Library and the State Cartographer’s Office, one of several collaborative projects between the two offices.  (more…)

County collecting and map perfecting: a glimpse into the mind of Professor Rob Roth

What is your postion at UW Madison? I am an Assistant Professor responsible for the cartography courses at UW and serve as the Faculty Director of the UW Cartography Lab. Maps Rock! In what ways is Geography the best discipline for your work? Geography is an integrative discipline, and allows me to explore societal and […]

Donor Offers Matching Challenge to Support Geography Undergrads

Your donation could do twice as much good! In honor of the 75th anniversary of our mapping program in the Geography Department, we are delighted to announce a unique opportunity to support the department and our students. We are raising funds to support our best and brightest undergraduate students in research and other professional learning […]

Storm Chasing and State Mapping: a Glimpse into the Mind of Student Chris Scheele

What degrees do you have already? I received my B.S. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences with a Certificate (more…)

Sand Sculpting and Guitar String Stroking: a Glimpse into the Mind of Student Ross Thorn

What are you studying? I am currently studying GIS/Cartography. I’m working on a project in which we are trying to figure out the best way to visualize large, multivariate, spatiotemporal datasets. In what ways is Geography the best discipline for your work? I chose to study Geography because it is a very broad and applicable […]

National Geographic comes to Madison to support students!

        Learn about the possibilities of National Geographic supporting you at UW-Madison! Join National Geographic staff and grantees for a workshop, networking, and lunch. National Geographic is coming to UW-Madison to share insider tips with students (graduates and undergraduates), and faculty on how to apply for their grants… and you’re invited!! They will share what a successful application looks like, […]

Science Hall After Dark

On Friday, November 11, 2016 we will celebrate 75 years of making maps in Science Hall; we hope you will join us! Check this site regularly for updated information, photos of the event, etc. Arthur H. Robinson Map Library, Science Hall 6PM-8PM CLICK HERE TO REGISTER The Department of Geography is delighted to invite alumni […]

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