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Department of Geography

 

Geographers are interested in the spatial patterns observed on earth. Bridging the natural and social sciences, Geography is the interdisciplinary study of environments, and how people interact with the environment. As such, Geography is an integral part of a university education, and the Department of Geography at Ohio University offers a wide range of both introductory and advanced courses.

 

 

Our faculty are productive scholars and excellent teachers committed to their students. Teaching and research interests include environment and society, globalization and development, landforms, ecological and atmospheric systems, and geospatial techniques such as GIS and remote sensing. The Department of Geography offers a number of undergraduate major tracks, minors, and certificate programs, as well as the opportunity to join several student groups. Our Masters students benefit from attentive advising and mentorship. Graduates of our program are prepared to meet the challenges of a professional career or the pursuit of an advanced degree.

 

We welcome the opportunity for you to get to know us better by exploring this web site. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

 


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Mark your calendars for geofest 2014!

Thursday, April 24, 2014
6:00-9:00 pm
Ohio University Inn


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Contact Us:

 

Dr. James Dyer

Chair

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740.593.1138

 

Amy Meeks

Administrative Associate

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740.593.1140

 

Dr. Dorothy Sack

Graduate Chair

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740.593.1149

 

Dr. Harold Perkins

Interim Undergraduate Chair

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740.593.9896

 

Dr. Risa Whitson

Curriculum Chair

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740.593.1144

 

Geographic Research Guide
(from Alden Library)

 

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