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Walker, R., J. Browder, E. Arima, C. Simmons, R. Pereira, M.M. Caldas, R. Shirota, and S. de Zen. 2009. Ranching and the new global range: Amazonia in the 21st century. GeoForum 40(5):732-745.
Thornburg, G.K. 2011. Review of Nina L. Etkin: Edible Medicines: An Ethnopharmacology of Food. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 24(1). DOI: 10.1007/s10806-010-9244-8.
Paul, B.K., H. Rashid, M.S. Islam, and L.M. Hunt. 2010. Cyclone evacuation in Bangladesh: Tropical cyclones Gorky (1991) vs. Sidr (2007). Environmental Hazards 9(2010):89-101.
Paul, B.K. Climate Refugees: The Bangladesh Case. The Daily Star, March 6, 2010.
Marston, R.A. 2010. Geomorphology and vegetation on hillslopes: Interactions, dependencies, and feedback loops. Geomorphology 116(3-4):206-217.
Paul, B.K., and Dutt, S. 2010. Applications of Participatory Research Methods in a Post-disaster Environment: The Case of Cyclone Sidr, Bangladesh. In Ozerdem, A., and Bowd, R. (eds), Participatory Research Methodologies: Development and Post Disaster/Conflict Reconstruction, 85-98. Burlington, VT: Ashgate
Harrington, L.M.B. 2010. The U.S. Great Plains, Change, and Place Development. In: The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in a Global Economy. G. Halseth, S. Markey, and D. Bruce, eds. CABI International: Oxfordshire. Pp. 32-44.
Daniels, M.D. and M.H. McCusker. 2010. Operator bias characterizing stream substrates using Wolman pebble counts with a standard measurment template. Geomorphology 115:194-198.
Paul, B.K. and R.H. Bhuiyan. 2009. Urban earthquake hazard: Perceived seismic risk and preparedness in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. Disasters DOI 10.1111/j.0361-3666.2009.01132.x.
Paul, B.K. 2009. Human injuries caused by Bangladesh's cyclone Sidr: An empirical study. Natural Hazards DOI 10.1007/s11069-009-9480-2.
Paul, B.K. 2009 (Book Review). Therapeutic Landscapes by Williams, A. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007. Health Sociology Review 17(4):423-424.
Seamon, David and Jacob Sowers. 2009 Existential Geography. In R. Kitchin and N. Thrift, eds. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Oxfored: Elsevier, Vol. 3, pp. 666-671.
Harrington, J.A., Jr., B. Yarnal, D. Liverman, and B.L. Turner II. 2009. Conmparative assesment of human-environment landscape change. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 107-136. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Harrington, L.M.B., M. Lu, and J.A. Harrington, Jr. 2009. Fossil Water and Agriculture in Southwestern Kansas. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 269-291. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Headley, R.M.K., R.G. Pontius, Jr., J.A. Harrington, Jr., and C. Sorrensen. 2009. Landsat mapping of local landscape change: the satellite-era context. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 137-154. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Polsky, C., A. Comrie, J. Whitehead, C. Sorrensen, L.M.B. Harrington, M. Lu, R. Neff, and B. Yarnal. 2009. Rapid Vulnerability Assessments of exposures, sensitivities, and adaptive capacities of the HERO study sites. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 175-208. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Polsky, C., C. Sorrensen, J. Whitehead, L.M.B. Harrington, M. Lu, R. Neff, and B. Yarnal. 2009. Evaluating Vulnerability Assessments of the HERO Study Sites. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 209-228. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Yarnal, B., J.A. Harrington, Jr., A. Comrie, C. Polsky, and O. Ahlqvist. 2009. Infrastructure for observing local human-environment interactions. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 1-12. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Yarnal, B., J.A. Harrington, Jr., A. Comrie, C. Polsky, and O. Ahlqvist. 2009. Lessons learned from the HERO project. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 317-338. B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O'Brien, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Ryan Bergstrom, “Percepts of Sustainable Community Development and Natural Resource Management: A Case Study of Two Montana Amenity Towns.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 86-95.
Iris Wilson, John Harrington, Kendra McLauchlan, Elias Martinson, and Stacy Hutchinson, “The Water Budget, Climate Variability, and Impacts Assessment in Northeast Kansas.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 189-196.
Rex Robichaux and Lisa Harrington, “Environmental Conditions and Restoration Actions in the Rainwater Basin Wetland Complex, Nebraska.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 217-225.
Benjamin Munro, “Public Perception of Midwestern Corn Ethanol Production.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 272-280.
Mike Dulin and Shawn Hutchinson: “Identifying and Assessing Windbreaks in Ford County, Kansas Using Object-Based Image Analysis.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 332-341.
Harrington, L.M.B. 2009. Rural Resource Management. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Vol. 9, pp. 390-397. N. Thrift and R. Kitchin, editors-in-chief. Elsevier Science (invited).
Allen, L.J.S., C.L. Wesley, R.D. Owen, D.G. Goodin, D. Koch, C.B. Jonsson, Y. Chu, J.M.S. Hutchinson, and R.L. Paige. 2009. A habitat-based model for the spread of Hantavirus between reservoir and spillover species. Journal of Theoretical Biology 260(4):510-522.
Harrington, L.M.B., and Harrington, J. A., Jr., eds. 2009. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences, Vol. 32. Applied Geography Conferences, Inc. 454 pp. (James Barker, Assistant Editor).
Paul, B.K. 2009. Attitudes toward Arsenicosis Victims in Rural Bangladesh: An Empirical Study. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 115-123.
Martin, C.W. 2009. Recent Changes in Heavy Metal Storage in Flood-plain Soils of the Lahn River, Central Germany. Environmental Geology 58(4): 803-814.
Stimers, M., R. Bergstrom, T. Vought, and M. Dulin. 2009. American Vice: Geographers Plot the 7 Deadly Sins. WIRED September: 29. Also available online at: http://www.wired.com/culture/education/magazine/17-09/st_sinmaps.
Paul, B.K. 2009. Why Relatively Fewer People Died? The Case of Bangladesh’s Cyclone Sidr. Natural Hazards 50: 289-304.
De Bres, Karen and Jacob Sower. 2009. The emergence of standardized, idealized, and placeless landscapes in Midwestern Main Stree postcards. The Professional Geographer 61(2):216-230.
Walker, Bpb. and Marcellus. Caldas. 2009. The Economy of the Amazon Today and Tomorrow: National Integration and Supply Expansion. In Amazonia: Nature and Society in Transformation, edited by Mateus Batistela and Emilio Moran. IEDUSP: University of Sao Paulo Press.
Margosian, Margaret L., Karen A. Garrett, J.M. Shawn Hutchinson, and Kimberly A. With. 2009. Connectivity of the American Agricultural Landscape: Assessing the National Risk of Crop Pest and Disease Spread. Bioscience 59(2):141-151.
Che, D. 2009. Teaching tourism geography. Tourism Geographies 11(1):220-223.
Hutchinson, Shawn and Rob Daniels. 2009. Memorandum of Agreement, Kansas Forest Service and Department of Geography, State Assessment and Resource Strategy. $45,521. January 2009-June 2010.
Smith, Jeffrey. 2008. Barranca del Cobre: North America's Other Majestic Canyon. Focus 51(3):1-10.
Laingen, Chris. 2008. How human and natural driving forces affect pheasants and pheasant hunting in South Dakota. Focus 51(3):23-31.
McLauchlan, K. and S. Sugita. 2008. Improving Reconstructions of Open Vegetation in North America: Pollen Productivity Estimates of Grassland Plants. National Science Foundation, $90,005.
Che, D., B.K. Paul, and V.L. Tinnon. 2008. Public and private responses to the December 28-31, 2006 High Plains blizzard. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 31:1-9.
Daniels, M.D., G.C. Boardman, and P.M. Woodworth. 2008. Assessing dam removal impacts on downstream geomorphic stability using hydrodynamic modeling. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 31:133-141.
Perz, Stephen G., Marcellus Caldas, Robert Walker, Eugenio Arima, Carlos Souza. 2008. Road networks and forest fragmentation in the Amazon: Explanations for local differences with implications for conservation and development. Journal of Latin American Geographers 7(2):85-104.
Marston, R.A. 2008. Presidential Address: Land, life, and environmental change in mountains. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 98(3):507-520.
Dauwatler, D.C., D.K. Splinter, W.L. Fisher, and R.A. Marston. 2008. Biogeography, ecoregions, and geomorphology affect fish species composition in streams of Eastern Oklahoma, USA. Environmental Biology of Fishes 82:237-249.
Hutchinson, J.M.S., T. Kalaris, and M. Margosian. 2008. Applying Landscape Connectivity to Model the Spread of Plant Pathogens. USDA APHIS PPQ CPHST Cooperative Agreement, $64,167.
Atchison, R., J.M.S. Hutchinson, and M. Dulin. 2008. Conserving, Renovating, and Establishing Working Field Windbreaks. U.S. Forest Service Western Competitive Grant Program, $78,202.
Che, D. 2008. Sports, Music, Entertainment and the Destination Branding of Post-Fordist Detroit. Tourism Recreation Research 33(2):39-47.
Rhoads, B.L., Garcia, M.H., Rodriguez, J., Bombardelli, F., Abad, J., and Daniels, M. 2008. Methods for Evaluating the Geomorphological Performance of Naturalized Rivers: Examples from the Chicago Metropolitan Area. In Uncertainty in River Restoration, Sears, D. and Darby, S. (editors). Wiley, Chichester, pp. 209-228.
Chin, A., Daniels, M.D., Urban, M., Piegay, H., Gregory, K.J., Gregory, S.V., Wohl, E., Laurencio, L., Bigler, W., Boyer, K., Grable, J., LaFrenz, M. 2008. Perceptions of Wood in Rivers and Challenges for Stream Restoration in the United States. Environmental Management 41(6): 893-903.
Lu, Max. 2008. Data Development for Asthma Hazard Mapping. Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Smith, Jeffrey S. 2008. The impact of transnational migration and remittances on quality-of-life in Chalchihuites, Zacatecas. Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies 3(1):104-121.
Paul, Bimal K. 2008. Bangladeshi Americans. In Schaefer, R.T. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society, 132-133. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
Aber, J. 2008. Spatial scales of the arcade collecting community: A photo essay. Aether: The Journal of Media Geography 2:61-70.
Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn, Robert Atchison, and Michael Dulin. 2008. Forest Stewardship Spatial Analysis Project (SAP): Methodology Report for Kansas. Manhattan, KS: Kansas State University (http://www.fs.fed.us/na/sap/products/ks.shtml).
Perz, S., S. Brilhante, F. Brown, M. Caldas, S. Ikeda, E. Mendoza, C. Overdevest, V. Reis, J.F. Reyes, D. Rojas, M. Schmink, C. Souza, and R. Walker. 2007. Road building, land use and climte change: Prospects for environmental governance in the Amazon. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (published online) doi:10.1098/rstb.2007.0017.
Stimers, M.J. 2008. Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) invasion into the Platte River: Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Genetic Algorithm Rule-Set Predition (GARP) to model spread. The Pennsylvania Geographer 45(2):57-70.
Wells, James. 2008. The real story of the California-Nevada border. Apex to Zenith #80:6-8.
Blake, Kevin. 2008. Imagining Heaven and Earth at Mount of the Holy Cross, Colorado. Journal of Cultural Geography 25(1):1-30.
Napton, D.E. and C.R. Laingen. 2008. Expansion of golf courses in the United States. The Geographical Review 98(1):24-41.
Hutchinson, S.L. and J.M.S. Hutchinson. 2008. Validating the Kinematic Wave Approach for Rapid Soil Erosion Assessment and Improved BMP Site Selection to Enhance Training Land Sustainability. U.S. Department of Defense, Environmental Science & Technology Certification Program (ESTCP), $676,431.
Marston, R.A. and T. Halihan. 2007. Geomorphic adjustment of the Washita River, Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Oklahoma. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NRPC/WRD/NRTR --2007/070. USDI National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center: Fort Collins, CO, 82 pp.
Paul, B.K. 2007. "Economics: Industrial Labor - North America." Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Culture, 181-182. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers.
Paul, B.K. 2007. 2004 Tsunami Relief Efforts: An Overview. Asian Profile 35(5):467-478.
Paul, B.K. 2007. Reconstruction must be Victim-Friendly. Manhattan Mercury, November 9.
Barker, James. 2007. Public Perceptions of Elk Reintroduction Projects in Southern Appalachia. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 30:417-426.
Che, Deborah. 2007. Agritourism and its Potential Contribution to the Agricultural Economy. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 2(63):1-7.
Che, Deborah, Ann Veeck, and Gregory, Veeck. 2007. Demographic Characteristics and Motivations of Michigan Agritourists. In Proceedings of the 2006 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. General Technical Report NRS-P-14. R. Burns and K. Robinson, comps. Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station, 98-103.
Stimers, Mitchel. 2007. Access to Rural Healthcare: A Review of the Issues. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 30:116-124.
Paul, B.K., D. Che, M. Stimers, and S. Dutt. 2007. Disaster in Kansas: The Tornado in Greensburg. Quick Response Report 196. Boulder, CO: The Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
Che, D. 2007. Connecting the Dots to Urban Revitalization with the Heidelberg Project. Material Culture, Vol. 22, No. 1: 33-49.
Paul, B.K., Che, D., and Tinnon, V.L. 2007. Emergency Responses for High Plains Cattle Affected by the December 28-31, 2006 Blizzard. Quick Response Report # 191. Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO.
Thornburg, Gina K. 2007. The shop-locally discourse in Jefferson County, Kansas. Great Plains Research 17(2):145-154.
USGS Open File Report 2006-1384 EAARL Bare Earth Topography Fire Island National Seashore John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.
USGS Open File Report 2007-1177 EAARL Topography - Thomas Stone National Historic Site John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.
Open File Report 2007-1179 EAARL Topography - George Washington Birthplace National Monument John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.
Open File Report 2007-1007 EAARL Topography - Fire Island National Seashore John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.
Open File Report 2007-1178 EAARL Topography - Gateway National Recreation Area Sandy Hook Unit John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.
Margosian, P., M.L., K.A. Garrett, J.M.S. Hutchinson, and K. With. 2007. Connectivity of the American Agricultural Landscape: A Graph-Theoretic Approach. 2007 ESRI International User Conference Proceedings, Redlands, CA.
Vought, Jr., T.J., and J.M.S. Hutchinson. 2007. Assessing the Vulnerability of U.S. Livestock to Agricultural Biological Terrorism (Map). ESRI Map Book, Vol. 22. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press.
Blake, Kevin. 2007. Lighthouse symbolism in the American landscape. FOCUS on Geography 50(1):9-15.
Catlos, E.J., Dubey, C.S., Marston, R.A. and Harrison, M.T. 2007. Geochronologic constraints across the Main Central Thrust shear zone, Bhagirathi River (NW India): implications for Himalayan tectonics. Chapter 7 (17 pp.) in Cloos, M., Carlson, W.D., Gilbert, M.C., Liou, J.G. and Sorenson, S.S. (eds.), Convergent Margin Terranes and Associated Regions: A Tribute to W.G. Ernst, GSA Special Paper 419: 135-151.
Dauwalter, D.C., Splinter, D.S., Fisher, W.L. and Marston, R.A. (in-press). Geomorphology and stream habitat relationships with smallmouth bass abundance at multiple spatial scales in eastern Oklahoma. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64(8):1116-1129.
Kettle, Nathan, Lisa Harrington, and John Harrington, Jr. 2007. Groundwater depletion and agricultural land use change in the High Plains: a case study from Wichita County, Kansas. The Professional Geographer 59(2): 221-235.
Lu, Max. 2007. Homesteading redux: New community initiative to reverse rural depopulation in the Great Plains. Journal of the West 46:74-80.
Lu, Max and Darci A. Paull. 2007. Assessing the free land programs for reversing rural depopulation. Great Plains Research 17(1):73-86.
Lisa Harrington, PI, M. Hubbard, A. Archer, C. Oviatt, D. Goodin, J.M.S. Hutchinson, J. Harrington, J. Uhlarik, and C. Shanklin, co-PIs; Kansas Space Grant Consortium activities at Kansas State University; $95,760 project total, with $42,000 from NASA, 5 Jan 2007-4 Jan 2008. Subawards include: Doug Goodin & Shawn Hutchinson, Hantavirus Research in South America, $13,064; John Harrington, Ecological Forecasting, $12,802.50; and Lisa Harrington, Administration, $2463.40.
Harrington, John, Doug Goodin, and Shawn Hutchinson. 2006. Improving the Research Experience for Geographic Information Science Students. NASA in Kansas Space Grant, $54,750.
Hutchinson, Shawn. 2006. Responding to the Threat of Agricultural Bioterrorism. Directions Magazine (Nov 9). http://www.directionsmag.com/article.php?article_id=2333&trv=1.
Blake, Kevin. 2007. Jayhawk. In The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia. R. Sisson, C. Zacher, and A. Cayton (eds). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, p. 123.
Blake, Kevin. 2007. Superman and His Kansas Roots. In The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia. R. Sisson, C. Zacher, and A. Cayton (eds). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, p. 123-124.
Blake, Kevin. 2006. The most popular Zane Grey story. The Zane Grey Review 21(5):25-26.
Kevin Blake is a contributing editor for Barry Lopez' Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape. Trinity University Press.
Lisa Harrington was appointed as Regional Councilor for the AAG, representing the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains Region.
Blake, Kevin S. 2006. First View. Trail & Timberline 993:10-12.
Bowles, Erik. 2006. Classifying heat stress events in the central United States. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:40-48.
Harrington, John A., Jr. 2006. Climate change and persistence in western Kansas: A reanalysis. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:49-55.
Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn, Thomas J. Vought, Jr., and Stacy L. Hutchinson. 2006. Continuous soil moisture mapping using MODIS NDVI and LST products. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:140-149.
Patterson, Judd. 2006. Using LIDAR to create submarine topography maps for Dry Tortugas National Park. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:81-86.
Reddy, Sumanth G. and Joseph R. Oppong. 2006. A comparative analysis of diseases associated with mining and non-mining communities: A case study of Obusai and Asankrangwa, Ghana. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:321-330.
Stimers, Mitchel J. 2006. A GIS-based approach to analyzing warning siren networks: An analysis of Riley and Wabaunsee Counties, Kansas. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:186-195.
Kevin Blake is a Contributing Editor to Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape (edited by Barry Lopez and Debra Gwartney), published in 2006 by Trinity University Press, San Antonio.
Kang, R.S. and R.A. Marston. 2006. Geomorphic effects of rural-to-urban land use converson on three streams in the Central Redbed Plains of Oklahoma. Geomorphology 79:488-506.
Harrington, John and Shawn Hutchinson. 2006. Antilles Geographic Information Systemss (GIS) Project. Foreign Military Studies Office (Fort Leavenworth, KS) and American Geographical Society, $76,716.
Veeck, Gregory, Deborah Che, and Ann Veeck. 2006. America's changing farmscape: A study of agricultural tourism in Michigan. The Professional Geographer 58(3):235-248.
Sowers, Jacob. 2006. Fields of opportunity: Wind machines return to the plains. Great Plains Quarterly 26:99-112.
Blake, Kevin S. 2006. Zane Grey and Marshall University's Nickname. The Zane Grey Review 21(3):18.
Marston, Richard. 2006. President’s Column: Geographers Leading Climate Change Studies. AAG Newsletter 41(5): 3, 8-9.
Paul, Bimal Kanti. 2006. Disaster relief efforts--An update. Progress in Development Studies 6(3):211-223.
Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn. 2006. Web-based Visualization and Analysis Tool (WBV&AT). National Agricultural Biosecurity Center, Kansas State University, $47,669.
Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn. 2006. 24K National Hydrography Dataset Revision. Kansas GIS Policy Board, $25,000.
Articles, newspaper stories, and university media releases highlighting the work and accomplishments of K-State geographers.
K-State Alumnus to Present Lecture on Making a Difference through Geography (November 9, 2006)
Professor and Author Robert Christopherson to Present Lecture at K-State (September 25, 2006)
Wind Farms can be a Welcome Asset in the Right Community, K-State Research Says (September 7, 2006)
Emergency Livestock Disposal Sites Sought (August 17, 2006)
Using Satellite Data to Track Disease (August 8, 2006)
Hurricane Evacuations under Scrutiny (April 14, 2006)
K-State Geography Department Lecture about Flood Relocation (April 6, 2006)
K-State Students Part of the 2006 National GeoBowl Championship (March 29, 2006)
K-State's Geographical Honor Society Named 2005 Chapter of the Year (January 27, 2006)
K-STATE RESEARCHERS TO CONDUCT ORAL INTERVIEWS WITH KATRINA VICTIMS (October 18, 2005)
K-STATE TAKES HOME HONORS AT REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY CONFERENCE (October 13, 2005)
K-STATE'S PROVOST NELLIS NAMED FELLOW OF THE EXPLORERS CLUB (July 11, 2005)
K-STATE ANNOUNCES TARGETED EXCELLENCE AWARDS (May 24, 2005)
GEOLOGY PROFESSOR RETURNS TO HIS ROOTS (April 15, 2005)
NEW BOOK BY K-STATE’S PROVOST REFLECTS ON THE NATURE OF GEOGRAPHY (April 12, 2005)
K-STATE GEOGRAPHY PROFESSOR RELEASES COOKBOOK, WALKING TOUR GUIDE (March 11, 2005)
GPS TECHNOLOGY TO HELP TRACK GLOBALFLYER'S HISTORIC MISSION, FLIGHT PATH (February 3, 2005)
NEW STUDY ON HOW LEWIS AND CLARK TRAIL SITES PORTRAY AMERICAN INDIANS (November 16, 2004)
K-STATE PROFESSOR RESEARCHES DEVELOPMENT OF HEAT WAVE SCALE (September 23, 2004)
HEATWAVE SCALE COULD SAVE LIVES (August 19, 2004)
K-STATE'S GAMMA THETA UPSILON INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS (May 6, 2004)
STUDENTS PRESENT AT GEOGRAPHY CONFERENCE (April 7, 2004)
K-STATE USES GEOGRAPHIC TOOLS TO TRACK PLANT PATHOGENS (March 30, 2004)
K-STATE'S GAMMA THETA UPSILON INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS (May 6, 2004)
STUDENTS PRESENT AT GEOGRAPHY CONFERENCE (April 7, 2004)
K-STATE USES GEOGRAPHIC TOOLS TO TRACK PLANT PATHOGENS (March 30, 2004)
NELLIS RETURNS TO K-STATE AS PROVOST (February 20, 2004)
K-STATE OFFERING TRAINING FOR GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS SOFTWARE (January 12, 2004)
HAMMERSCHMIDT AWARDED FOR FUTURE ASPIRATIONS (December 22, 2003)
K-STATE GEOGRAPHY STUDENTS AND FACULTY PRESENT AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE (November 20, 2003)
GEOGRAPHY AWARENESS WEEK HELPS SPREAD KNOWLEDGE ON GEOGRAPHICAL ISSUES (November 13, 2003)
NEW REPORT SAYS K-STATE AMONG AMERICA'S BEST PUBLIC COLLEGES (October 30, 2003)
K-STATE STUDENTS PRESENT AND COMPETE AT REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY CONFERENCE (October 29, 2003)
STEPHEN WHITE NAMED AS K-STATE DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (October 16, 2003)
PROFESSOR'S RESEARCH EVALUATES STATES' LEVELS OF PREPAREDNESS FOR TORNADOES (September 16, 2003)
K-STATE OFFERS TWO-DAY COURSE IN ARCVIEW GIS SOFTWARE (July 28, 2003)
K-STATE GEOGRAPHY STUDENTS INITIATED INTO GAMMA THETA UPSILON (April 30, 2003)
GEOGRAPHER WILBUR ZELINSKY TO SPEAK AT K-STATE (April 30, 2003)
THREE K-STATE STUDENTS RECEIVE PHI KAPPA PHI GRANTS FOR SUMMER 2003 (April 16, 2003)
GEOGRAPHY STUDENT AWARDED NATIONAL INTERNSHIP (January 27, 2003)
GEOGRAPHY STUDENTS RECOGNIZED BY NATIONAL SOCIETY (January 27, 2003)
K-STATE ESTABLISHES STRONGER BONDS TO PARAGUAY, ENDANGERED FOREST (December 18, 2002)
K-STATE PROFESSOR AWARDED FELLOWSHIP TO PRESENT DISASTER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP IN BANGLADESH (November 21, 2002)
GIS TECHNOLOGY HAS POTENTIAL FOR VARIOUS PROFESSIONS, WILL BE SHOWCASED (November 11, 2002)
K-STATE GEOGRAPHY TEAM TAKES SECOND IN GEOGRAPHY BOWL COMPETITION (October 30, 2002)
K-STATE APPROVES GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE (August 27, 2002)