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Geography Department

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Geography

Students explore of the earth's landscapes, peoples, places and environments. They ask "why" about the world in which we live.

People supporting the environment on the street

Environmental and Social Justice

Use nature-society frameworks and spatial analysis to understand how inequality and inequity are built into everyday life.

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Sustainability and Planning

Examining the strategies for balancing environmental quality, economic development, and social equity.

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Globalization and Development

Exploring global issues and other parts of the world to better understand our own in an increasingly globalizing world.

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Earth's Physical Systems

Examining atmospheric, ecological, and landform systems, how they change through time, and how they interact with each other.

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Earth Observation and GIS

Revolutionizing how we explore the geography of places, cultures, environments and processes. 

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Cities, Places and Regions

Understanding the nature of places and delimiting regions, analyzing spatial differentiation across the Earth’s surface.

News about Geography Students & Faculty:

South African human rights advocate brings his work to OHIO this fall

3 months 2 weeks ago

Mohamed "Shafie" Ameermia, portraitFrom Ohio University News South African human rights advocate Mohamed “Shafie” Ameermia arrives in Athens on Sept. 1, bringing with him a lifetime of expertise and experience to share with Ohio University students as a Robert and Rene Glidden Visiting Professor. Ameermia is a legal consultant and the current commissioner […]

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Yeong Kim studies Japan’s bid to host the 2030 Olympics, spends summer at Chubu

3 months 4 weeks ago

Dr. Yeong Kim went to the Nagoya Dome with four members of Chubu University’s Center for International Affairs and their families to see a Chunichi Dragons baseball game.From Ohio University News As Japan awaits a decision on whether its city of Sapporo will get to host the 2030 Winter Olympics, Yeong-Hyun Kim spent the summer in Japan researching both the lure and the urban impact of being an Olympic venue. “After the pandemic-marred Tokyo 2020, you would assume […]

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25 Arts & Sciences Faculty Promoted, 15 Granted Tenure

4 months 4 weeks ago

Wilson Hall on College GreenFrom Ohio University News The Ohio University Board of Trustees voted in June to award promotion to 25 College of Arts & Sciences faculty members, with seven named full professor, 15 promoted to associate professor with tenure, and three named associate professor of instruction. “Tenure-track assistant professors generally apply for […]

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