‘Student & Faculty highlights’ Category
Geography and Spanish double major Maddie Johnson (’17) gave a research talk at the 26th Annual Conference of the Minnesota GIS/LIS Consortium in Duluth in October. Maddie represented Gustavus Adolphus College as a GIS/LIS Consortium Student Scholar. Maddie used GIS to identifying the land parcels in our local Seven Mile Creek Watershed that are the […]
Erica Brown (class of 2017) is a Gustavus student majoring in Geography with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Concentration. She interned for the City of Rochester this past summer. Who did you work for and what do they do? I worked for the City of Rochester, MN, in their Public Works Department. I assisted the GIS […]
Maddie Johnson (Class of 2017) is a Gustavus double major in Spanish and Geography with GIS Concentration. She is currently the teaching assistant for GEG-240 Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems. She spent summer 2016 conducting GIS data analysis for a real estate company. Who did you work for and what did you do? This past […]
Danielle Olson ( Class of 2017) is a double major in Environmental Studies and Geography with GIS Concentration. She spent summer 2016 using her GIS skills to make maps and collect geospatial data for the City of Burnsville, MN. Who did you work for and what did you do? I worked for the City of […]
Greetings from Haiti! I am here with my family on a nine-month Fulbright Award to research land use change in Haiti and teach remote sensing of land cover change at the University of Haiti’s School of Agriculture and Veterinary Science. I hope to write a few blog posts from time to time!
Congratulations to Geography Professor Jeff La Frenierre and Geography and Environmental Studies double major Helen Thompson (’17) for being awarded a Gustavus Presidential Faculty-Student Collaboration Grant for 2015 for their study Hydrological Implications of Glacier Retreat on Andean Volcanoes. They will travel to Ecuador in June for a three-week field season at Volcán Chimborazo. Their […]
Congratulations to Geography and Environment Studies graduate Meg Wika (’14) for winning the Patricia Lindell Research Prize for 2014. Meg’s senior geography honors thesis–Family, Patriotism, and Land Stewardship: Employing the Rural Ideal to Champion Corn Ethanol in Minnesota–was chosen as the outstanding research paper as determined by the Gustavus Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library selection committee.
Danielle Yaste (’16), double major in Geography and Sociology/Anthropology, presented research at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) in Chicago this April. Danielle conducted the study, which uses GIS to investigate regional patterns of human trafficking, while studying in Uganda. Katie Feterl (’16), double major in Geography and Environmental Studies, also […]
Congratulations to Environment Studies and Geography major Austen Hilding (’16) for being awarded a summer research experience for undergraduates (REU), funded by the National Science Foundation, at the University of Idaho’s Department of Biological Sciences. This summer Austen will be studying community assembly and disassembly on “islands” of habitat, such as mountain peaks or forest fragments, […]
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 […]