‘Events’ Category

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Gustavus Hosts Regional Undergraduate Geography Symposium

Undergraduate geography students from Gustavus and other colleges and universities in the region will present their student/faculty research at the 2015 Midwest Undergraduate Geography Symposium (MUGS) on April 18 in the Jackson Campus Center.  This year’s symposium, hosted by the Gustavus Geography Department, will feature a keynote address “A River Runs Through It: Creating Rivers […]

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Drs. Thomas Sigler and Angelique Dwyer on Panama

Please join us for a presentation and discussion with Dr. Thomas Sigler and Dr. Angelique Dwyer on their paper: The Heterogeneous Isthmus: Unpacking Socioeconomic and Cultural Differentiation in Panama Thursday, April 16, 1:30-2:30 Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall of Science, Gustavus Adolphus College Dr. Thomas Sigler is a Lecturer in Human Geography in the School of […]

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Geography Holiday Party

Join us to celebrate the end of the semester and the holiday season! Geography Department Holiday Party Monday, December 8, 5-6pm Robert Moline Map Library (NHS 104) Friends and family welcome!

 

What’s up with Russia? Talk by Dr. M. Blinnikov today at 2:30

What’s up with Russia? Political ecology and escalating conflict in eastern Europe. What events led to the current crisis in Ukraine? What domestic issues the Russian government faced that precipitated Crimea annexation? How ecological issues in Russia and Ukraine are surprisingly inter-connected to the developing conflict between the two, and also between Russia and the […]

 

Geography Week Events: November 16-22

Celebrate Geography Week, November 16-22, with these events sponsored by the Department of Geography. Everyone welcome! Trivia at Patrick’s: See if your Geography professors know any useful trivia about geography.  .  . Tue, Nov 18, 7:00pm Patrick’s Bar and Restaurant 125 S 3rd St., Saint Peter, MN Ice core paleoclimatology: Studying Earth’s climate history using […]

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Geography Week Events: November 16-22

Celebrate Geography Week, November 16-22, with these events sponsored by the Department of Geography. Everyone welcome! Trivia at Patrick’s: See if your Geography professors know any useful trivia about geography.  .  . Tue, Nov 18, 7:00pm Patrick’s Bar and Restaurant 125 S 3rd St., Saint Peter, MN Ice core paleoclimatology: Studying Earth’s climate history using […]

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Urban change: Geography professor to give research talk at MSU

Dr. Joaquin Villanueva, Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography at Gustavus, will give a talk featuring his research on ethnographic methods to assess urban change this Friday at Minnesota State University. Current students and faculty should contact Anna if you are interested in attending. We’ll leave Gustavus at 2:20pm. Talk title: URBAN METHODOLOGIES: GRASPING URBAN CHANGE […]

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Weather balloon launch

As part of Dr. Jeff La Frenierre‘s GEG-108 Weather, Climate & Society course, the Department of Geography and Department of Physics will launch a weather balloon carrying instrumentation on Tuesday, October 28, at 12:30pm from the Nobel Hall parking lot area. All are invited to the launch! Update: Due to high winds forecast for Tuesday, […]

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Geography Study Abroad Event: Tue, March 25

The Department of Geography is hosting a gathering for our students to share about their recent study abroad experiences in places like India, Iceland, Ireland, Spain, and Sweden. The event will be held this Tuesday, March 25th, from 7:30-8:30pm in Nobel 105. Refreshments will be provided. Encourage fellow majors and friends to attend…it’s a great […]

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Film: The Square showing on March 18

The Department of Geography invites you to a showing of “The Square,” an Academy Award-nominated documentary following the on-going Egyptian Revolution that began in 2011. Tuesday, March 18, 7:30 – 9:15pm Wallenburg Auditorium, Nobel Hall, Gustavus Adolphus College Free and open to the public.