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Spotlight on Geography’s Research Labs

The Department of Geography is home to several research labs where students, faculty, staff, postdocs and scholars work together to develop and apply methodologies and…

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Students participate in AAG annual conference

The American Association of Geographers (AAG) brings together members of the global geographic community. Many members of the UW-Madison Geography Department participate in the AAG…

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A Design Challenge for Transforming Justice

The following piece was put together by Kallista Bley, Kela Caldwell, Jenna Loyd, and Rob Roth. The Design Challenge is a yearly event run by…

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Beyond the classroom: Geography’s specialized units

This month’s feature story highlights the specialized units housed within Science Hall that help make Geography one of the most interesting and resourceful departments on…

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UW–Madison Geography is Hiring 2 Tenure-Track Positions in Cartography/GIScience

Join our dynamic department in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin! Assistant Professor of Geospatial Technology and Director of the UW-Madison GIS Professional Programs  Strong candidates will have…

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Alumni Profile: Emily Toner

Our latest alumni profile is with Emily Toner, who received both an MS in Geography (2012) and an MA in Journalism (2013) from the University…

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Alumni Team Travels to UNESCO World Heritage Site

Resting in the hills on the southern coast of Sicily sits the city of Agrigento. Because of its strategic location on the Mediterranean there was…

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Ph.D. Student Laura Szymanski Accepts GSA Science Policy Fellowship

Laura Szymanski, Physical Geography Ph.D. student in Erika Marin-Spiotta’s Biogeography and Biogeochemistry lab, has accepted a year-long position in Washington DC as the Geological Society…

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Student Profile: Pao Vue

Our latest student profile is with Ph.D. graduate Pao Vue, who recently defended his dissertation on how government laws and policies, the capitalistic market economy, and…

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Geograd Symposium 2018

Please join us for the Geograd Symposium this Friday, April 6 from 8am–noon in Science Hall, Room 450. We have an incredible lineup of graduate…

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