LSU G&A alumna Lauren Pharr has been featured in an article in 225 Magazine for her research on the role of vultures in forensic science.
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Scott Hemmerling, who is the Director of People, Resources & Technology for The Water Institute of the Gulf, has completed a stunning atlas focused on the resources, economics, and demographics of the Louisiana coast. Published […]
Long-time LSU cultural-historical geographer, Kent Mathewson, will receive one of the highest forms of recognition from the leading U.S. professional geography organization. The American Association of Geographers has selected Professor Mathewson to receive its 2017 […]
A paper recently published in PLOS ONE documents previously unknown hurricanes in the 1800s and a possible storm track. This work was based on alumnus Jordan Pino’s work in Dr. Kristine DeLong’s graduate Paleoclimatology class […]
Peter Herlihy, LSU Geography 1979, received the American Geographical Society’s first Bowman Scholar award in New York City on Friday, November 18, for his pioneering work on participatory geography in Central America. The Bowman Scholar […]
Klaus Meyer-Arendt, LSU Geography and Anthropology alumnus, retired from University of West Florida in August. In his honor, the UWF Alumni Association hosted a farewell celebration for the long-time chair of the Department of Earth […]
The Department of Geography and Anthropology would like to congratulate all of its 2014 graduates, and wish them the best of luck as they seek success in all facets of their very bright and long […]
Rebekah Jones, a 2014 Master of Science graduate of G&A, published in the Journal of Coastal Research this month with an article stemming from her thesis research.
Geography and Anthropology faculty awarded distinguished honors
Lauren Pharr was recently awarded the J. Lawrence Angel Award from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, a longstanding and most honorable mark of distinction and professional recognition within the Physical Anthropology Section of the Academy.