To be clear, university level geography is not about maps and memorizing place names.
It’s about climate change, resource management, landscapes and seabeds, regional development, natural hazards and risk management, meteorology, domestic and industrial pollution, electronic waste, sustainability, globalization, immigration and diversity, and coastal communities.
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What is gender studies and how can it change the way we look at the world? Assistant professor Dr. Carol-Lynne D’Arcangelis and student Jillian Ashtick-Stinson give us the facts in Who we are, what we do: Gender Studies - read more in the Gazette.