Texas A&M University
Department of Geography

Luis Martinez

With the support of a DoD Fellowship, graduate student Luis Martinez will supervise a team from around the university, as they develop the technology needed for mapping dangerous, subterranean environments.

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Faculty and Student Focus

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Aaron Lira

Geography graduate student Aaron Lira was awarded a Glasscock Research Fellowship, which will support his graduate research focused on Oregon farmers and water.

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Kathleen O’Reilly

Geography Professor Dr. Kathleen O’Reilly was named a Presidential Impact Fellow, one of the most prestigious recognitions for scholarly impact presented to Texas A&M faculty.

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Ennis Rios

Ennis Rios’ hard work and dedication took him from being a high school dropout, to serving in the U.S. Navy, to graduating from Texas A&M with a GIST degree.

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“Geographic information science and technology (GIST) is one of the cornerstones of modern data-driven applications, modeling and decision-making. The GIS job market is booming. In science and technology fields, GIS skills give Aggies a leg-up on the competition.

Dr. Dan Goldberg, Associate Professor in Geography

News

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Texas A&M Geography’s Dr. George Allen co-authored research showing river ice has dramatically decreased over the past 30 years.

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The College of Geosciences graduation celebration was held Dec. 13.

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After competing against graduate students from across campus, Crockett Walter won the People’s Choice Award.

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Funded by NSF, Andong Ma was one of 35 participants selected to attend a week-long summer program focused on the latest advances in cyber GIS and geospatial data science.

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Learn about a familiar annual sight on the Texas A&M campus: the Geography 213 blimp.

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Officially opened Nov. 14, the state-of-the-art Trimble Technology Lab was made possible by a significant gift from Trimble to the College of Geosciences.

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