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Andrew Spatz is a recipient of the 2018 SME Scholarship

Andrew Spatz is one of 7 recipients this year. The award including a certificate and a check will be given to the students at the 2018 SME Carolinas and Georgia Section Joint Meeting and Field trip which will be held on "Heavy Mineral Sands" Jekyll Island, GA on April 27-28, 2018 Andrew Spatz is a recipient of the 2018 SME Scholarship Read more >>

Gaston Abel Ayon Munguia won the second place in the Photo/Map Competition

Gaston Abel Ayon Munguia (PhD student) won the second place in the Photo/Map Competition sponsored by the Landscape Specialty Group that I am chairing. His photo is "Inheritor".  Here is the comment from the award committee: "We were impressed with the story of this photo and felt it adhered very well to the landscape theme. This photo scored high for technique and for impact as well. We... Gaston Abel Ayon Munguia won the second place in the Photo/Map Competition Read more >>

Doctoral Student Paul Jung Wins 1st Place For Paper

Doctoral student Paul Jung received the first prize in the student paper competition of the Geographic Information Systems and Science Specialty Group of the AAG. He beat 30some other applicants. Congratulations Paul. Doctoral Student Paul Jung Wins 1st Place For Paper Read more >>

Dr. Davenport finalist for CLAS teaching award

Dr. Davenport has been named a finalist for the Intergration of Undergraduate Teaching and Research award given by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences faculty will be celebrated for their teaching excellence during the college's annual awards event held on April 23. Dr. Davenport finalist for CLAS teaching award Read more >>

Department at AAG

This week, many of our Geography and Earth Sciences students and faculty will be traveling to New Orleans, Louisiana to present their research at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (http://annualmeeting.aag.org/). The conference, held between April 10th and 14th, features more than 6,000 presentations, posters, workshops, and field trips by leading scholars, experts, and... Department at AAG Read more >>