Case Watkins, LSU Ph.D. in geography (2015) and an assistant professor at James Madison University, received the AAG’s Nystrom Award at the recent AAG conference in Boston. The annual award is presented to the author […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
Garrett Wolf, M.A. 2012, has received a prestigious Fullbright grant to conduct foreign fieldwork. His research will look at the co-production of urban space and urban everyday life in Uzbekistan during the periods/processes of de-modernization […]
After graduating in December 2015, Louise, her husband and 1 year old son relocated to South Africa. Louise took a one-year position as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences at […]
Amy Sumpter, Ph.D. Geography 2008, has been approved for tenure and promotion to Associate Professor at Georgia College. Currently, Amy is an assistant professor in the Department of History and Geography at Georgia College and […]
This opportunity to work one-on-one with residents to record and preserve their stories has been an incredible privilege and honor.