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Major in Geography
Coming soon! - Fall 2019
Geospatial Technology Certificate
Land Use and Environmental Planning Certificate
Our Minors
Online Maps

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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.

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Klamath Basin Fellowship

This summer, the Klamath Basin NWR Complex will be offering a fellowship position at the refuge. The position will focus on the mapping, detection, and treatment of invasive species on Tulelake and Lower Klamath NWRs. Upon meeting the requirements of the fellowship, students may be eligible for a permanent position with the the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Assistant Planner Position in Oroville

The City of Oroville is hiring a full time Assistant Planner. Information and the application can be found at this link

The deadline to apply is March 6th, 2018 at 5:00PM.

A.S. Environmental Sustainability Project Funding

Do you have an idea for an environmental sustainability project that will benefit the campus in some way? Approximately $75,000 is available for student projects this semester through the Sustainability Fund Allocation Committee.

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