October 28, 2011
Recent presentations, publications by geography faculty
Faculty and graduate students from the department of geography have published and made several presentations.
Ryan Bergstrom, doctoral student in geography, and Lisa M.B. Harrington, professor of geography, published "Perceptions of sustainable development in Red Lodge, Montana" in Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences, vol. 34, pages 19-28. A presentation on the work was made by Harrington at the 34th annual Applied Geography Conference, Oct. 21, in Redlands, Calif. Harrington also chaired an additional session at the conference.
Kevin Blake, professor, published "Review of 'In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark: Early Commemorations and the Origins of the National Historic Trail' by Wallace G. Lewis," in Material Culture, vol. 34-2, pages 105-107.
John A. Harrington Jr., professor, and Lisa K. Tabor and Iris E. Wilson, both 2011 master's graduates in geography published "Stakeholder adaptation to climate change in Kansas: What have we learned?" in Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences, vol. 34, pages 1-9.