INTERESTED IN OUR DEPARTMENT?Geography invites critical and creative thinking about our impact on the Earth, the equal distribution of resources, and sustainable living across the globe. Our programs cover social, cultural, economic, and natural science topics including landscape analysis, water resources, fire management, landscape ecology and biogeography, ecological restoration, climatology, and climate change.
APA 2015 Speaker SeriesGeography & Planning lecturer Claudia Stuart is our Sacramento Valley representative with the American Planning Association. The APA offers an annual Speaker Series- this year, the theme is "Back to the Future."
Department AwardsStudents from the Geography & Planning Department were selected to receive various awards from the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Geography Student Awarded Grant
Danielle Casey was award a Research & Creativity Award for Undergraduates. With her grant of $2,250 she will conduct her research this summer. Her project is entitled "Reimaging the Detroit Landscape."