News and Events
GTU Brownbag Presentation. "Juneau Icefield Research Program: Summer on Ice" by Dr. Richard Marston (Department of Geography). December 6, 11:30-12:20, Room 164H, Seaton Hall.
Geography Department Holiday Pot Luck. All geography students, faculty, staff, and friends welcome (faculty and graduate students should refer to the food item sign-up list in Seaton 118). December 9, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Room 164H, Seaton Hall.
Read the latest edition of the K-State Globe, a compilation of news and events for the K-State geography community.
The 2013 Alumni Newsletter is now available. Catch up on a year in the life of K-State Geography.
Geographers in the News
Visiting Geographical Scientist to Discuss Community Geography on Thursday
Celebrate Geography in Every Day Life with GeoWeek
Geography Professor Publishes New Book
Geography Alumnus to Receive Award, Present Lecture on Conservation Challenges
Geography Faculty, Students Present at Conference
Geography Doctoral Student to present Sept. 27 Talk about the Philippines
Interdisciplinary Project Seeks to Improve Great Plains Water Sustainability
Marcellus Caldas Selected as the Director of International Research and Faculty
College of Arts & Sciences Selects Martin to Head Geography Department
Nontraditional Student Receives Hollings Scholarship to Study Meteorology
Geographer Recognized with Research Excellence Award
Geography Faculty, Graduate Students Present at National Conference
Geographer Richard Marston is Co-Editor of Geomorphology Volume
Global Nitrogen Availability Consistent for Past 500 years, Linked to Carbon Levels
Geographer Wins National Policy Award