Memorial Geography will be at the forefront of building connections with our dynamic societies and environments, and become the beating heart of collaborative and cooperative knowledge within and beyond the university.
Come study the world with us! The Department of Geography celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2020-21 and remains the only comprehensive geography program in Atlantic Canada, offering BA, BSc., Honours, MA, MSc., and PhD programs. At Memorial, Geography aims to teach students how to investigate environmental and human systems using interdisciplinary, field-informed concepts and approaches. The Department of Geography aims to teach students theories, methods and analytical techniques applicable to a wide range of questions and broad spectrum of occupations and to foster a spirit of inquiry about geography. Our research encompasses local, national, and international interests, including climate change, Arctic communities, coastal governance, electronic waste, immigration, marine habitat mapping, microplastics pollution, resource development, and urban development. Visit our Research and Faculty pages to learn more, and read our most recent Research Report.
The next presentation in the Geography's Department Seminar Series will be a presentation by Dr. David Liverman. On February 1 (3.00 pm - 4.00 pm) he will give a talk titled: Avalanches in Newfoundland and Labrador in Sn 2025.
The Department of Geography would like to send out a huge congratulations to Dr. Trevor Bell on his winning of the Martin Bergmann Medal for Excellence in Arctic Leadership from the Royal Canadian Geographical Society.
A link to the announcement can be found here.