Emily Yeh in foreground with Tibetan landscape and prayer flags on the ground behind her.

Message from the Chair

May 4, 2017

Emily at Chaktsalgang, the first of four major prostration sites along the circumambulation route of Mount Kailash, Tibet, July 2016 In these unsettling times, geographical inquiry is more important than ever. Yet, in the United States, we are witnessing a broad attack on the value of research and the production...

Galen in Mustang, sitting above the upper valley and agricultural region of Nyechung, Mustang District. The northern reaches of the Annapurna-Dhaulagiri Himalaya mountains can be seen behind him.

From CU Geography Grad Student to Professor

May 4, 2017

Galen packs his backpack in Langtang at the check-post of Langtang National Park in Rasuwa District (Nepal). In August 2017, I will join the Department of Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT) at James Madison University (JMU) as a tenure-track Assistant Professor with teaching responsibilities in the Geographic Science Program (...

Gabriella Subia Smith receives Tinker Grant

May 3, 2017

Congratulations to Gabriella Subia Smith! The Latin American Studies Center (LASC) has awarded Gabriella a grant in Tinker Foundation Funds in support of her research. Donna Goldestein, Director of the Latin American Studies Center wrote, "The Board felt your project was very strong and we hope this early funding will...

Kevin Mason receives Tinker Grant

May 3, 2017

Congratulations to Kevin Mason! The Latin American Studies Center (LASC) has awarded Kevin a grant in Tinker Foundation Funds in support of his research. Donna Goldestein, Director of the Latin American Studies Center wrote, "The Board felt your project was very strong and we hope this early funding will give...

Book cover with graffiti that says "Yankee Go Home"

Jennifer Fluri’s New Book

April 30, 2017

The Carpetbaggers of Kabul and Other America-Afghan Entanglements: Intimate Development, Geopolitics and the Currency of Gender and Grief , published by University of Georgia Press in January 2017. The idea for writing this book began in 2007 when I was an assistant professor at Dartmouth College researching international assistance in...

Hamid photo portrait

Hamid Zoraghein, PhD Candidate

April 28, 2017

Hamid Zoraghein First, a little about myself and how I ended up in Boulder, Colorado. I am from Tehran, Iran. Like in the U.S., students typically start college at age 18. However, in my country, a student’s field of study is determined by a nationwide exam. Based on their ranking,...

NEW Geography Department Spring 2017 Newsletter with articles by faculty and students

April 27, 2017

"In these unsettling times, geographical inquiry is more important than ever" - Emily Yeh. The Department has published the Spring 2017 newsletter featuring Project Fire, the research of Hamid Zoraghein, Galen Murton, and Jennifer Fluri’s new book. Check out the Message from the Chair, Spotlight on Faculty, Student News, and...

Seven Geography Graduate Students Receive Beverly Sears Research Grants

March 27, 2017

Robert Andrus, Joel Correia, Angela Cunningham, Zhaxi Duojie, Mehran Ghandehari, Eric Lovell and Kyle Rodman have each received a Beverly Sears Research Grant. These grants provide funds to assist the student with their PhD research.

Joel Correia Receives Graduate School International Travel Award

March 27, 2017

Joel Correia has been selected to receive a Graduate School International Travel Award. This award assists students with travel costs to an international conference to present their research.

Eric Lovell Receives 2017-2018 Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship

March 27, 2017

Eric Lovell has been selected to receive a 2017-2018 Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship. This fellowship provides one semester of full support during the 2017-18 academic year.

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