Our understanding of our Earth systems has both expanded and deepened over time. Discovery and knowledge in Geography is not only about maps, or the physical placement of places and features, Geography blends the physical and social sciences and the humanities our interactions with places and each other. It is the study of relationships between people and their environments using cartography, rapidly evolving technologies in Geographic Information Science (GIS), remote sensing and spatial analysis to learn how the human, social, cultural and economic aspects of humankind interrelate.
The on-campus Geographic Information Science & Technology degree has been the fastest growing program because it produces the most in-demand professionals in the history of the College of Geosciences – and now a Master of Geoscience in GIST is launching in Fall 2017, completely online.Read more
The College of Geosciences is pleased to announce six new Chairs and Professorship holders.Read more
Geosciences faculty members recognized with prestigious award.Read more