Stewart Hall, the ages long location for the Geography Department, is being prepared for renovations. While this news will sadden many people, there is much to look forward to upon our return to Stewart Hall in 18 months. During our displacement we are located in the main level of University Place Apartments (corner of University Ave and Matthews, across from University Avenue Garage). Our information is below:
Submitted by nicholsdi on Mon, 11/09/2015 - 9:31am
“The Department of Geography recognizes and supports the rights of the Mizzou student activists who are advocating for institutional change at the University of Missouri. We are concerned about the mental and physical health of our students and their personal safety as this crisis continues. We stand ready to work with students, faculty, and administrators to create the institutional change needed.”
Submitted by nicholsdi on Tue, 10/14/2014 - 2:51pm
Congratulations to Mizzou Geography major Erik Mueller who was recently awarded one of 22 $5,000 scholarships provided by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). The program furthers the advancement of geospatial intelligence tradecraft by granting scholarship awards to promising students pursuing a degree in the geospatial sciences or a related field. All scholarship recipients were selected by USGIF’s Scholarship Subcommittee, which evaluated applicants based on academic and professional excellence.
I'm pleased to report that Mizzou Advantage has fully funded our proposal, Digital Indigenous Heritages.
I'd like to congratulate Joanna Hearne and Mark Palmer for their research that has been recognized by Mizzou Advantage, and thank those Peace Studies faculty who have helped develop the proposal, especially Amit, Charles, and Michael.
The University of Missouri Department of Geography pursues excellence in research, education, and outreach through a vibrant community of scholars, students, and practitioners. The Department offers the B.A. and M.A. in Geography as well as certificate programs in Geospatial Intelligence and GIS. The faculty provides expertise across human and physical geography but has particular strengths in nature-society interaction; fluvial geomorphology, biogeography, and climate change; cultural, Indigenous, and rural geography; and geospatial science.