Archive for May, 2013

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Matt Bye's senior thesis looked at three Twin Cities churches and where they draw their congregants from. 

Geography Majors Present Research

Fourteen geography majors participated in this year’s Celebration of Creative Inquiry at Gustavus. Here is a sample of some of their studies.    

Emery Ellingson ('12) presents his honors thesis on Minnesota's ethanol production and its impact on conservation reserve lands. 

Geography students to present research

Thirteen Geography majors at will take part in this year’s Celebration of Creative Inquiry. Come check out their research and show your support! What: Celebration of Creative Inquiry When: 5-7pm on Friday, May 3 Where: Gustavus Campus Center Research posters by: Brian Zabel: Spatial Analysis of Viable Locations for Future Construction of Cabela‚Äôs Retail Stores […]

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AAG: Should our name be changed?

Should the Association of American Geographers (AAG), the primary society for academic geography, change its name to reflect that it has grown to be an international organization? AAG President Eric Sheppard argues yes here.