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Upcoming Event: UW-Madison Geography Undergraduate Colloquium Presentations 

UW-Madison Geography and Cartography/GIS majors will present their capstone projects from GEOG 565 on Tuesday, December 13th starting at 4:00PM. Please join us in person…

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Profile: Jonathan Nelson

Name: Jonathan Nelson Title: Assistant Professor of GIS&T and Associate Director of GIS Professional Programs Start date: Fall 2022 Can you tell us more about…

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Profile: Jenna Loyd

For our first faculty profile, we would like to introduce Associate Professor Jenna Loyd. Joining UW-Madison in 2017 as a feminist geographer focusing on racism…

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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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Daniel Huffman Leads Mapping Workshop in Alaska

While cartographers usually experience the world through their computer screens, sometimes they are lucky enough to have their work take them outside the office. In…

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Graduate Students Gain Insight into the Inner Workings of Academia

          On March 10, 2017, the department welcomed Abby Neely (Dartmouth College), Kyla Dahlin (Michigan State University), and Tim Kennedy (University…

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A Conversation with Dr. Morgan Robertson

What led you to geography? I wanted to understand how environmental policy is shaped by both social forces and ecological changes, and other disciplines were…

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A Conversation with Dr. Jack Williams

What led you to geography? My research interests are inherently interdisciplinary and so is Geography.  I study the responses of plant species and communities to…

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A Conversation with Dr. Ian Baird

What led you to geography? I was attracted to geography because it is the discipline that is among the best at taking a holistic perspective…

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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…

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