Tenure Track Job Search

The Department of Geography at the University of Connecticut (UConn), Storrs invites applications for a new tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Geography as part of a cluster hire in Environment and Human Interactions.  The University is seeking emerging scholars with interdisciplinary interests and expertise that include (but are not limited to) climate change impacts and societal responses; socio-ecological systems modeling; natural hazards and disasters; food, energy, and water (FEW); environmental policy; environmental health; political ecology; and environmental justice.

Visit https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19572 for more information.

Welcome to the Department of Geography at UConn

The Department of Geography offers B.A., B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Geography. Interested students are encouraged to explore the information on these web pages and to contact the Graduate Coordinator or the Undergraduate Coordinator for additional information.

UConn Geography also offers a graduate level GIS Certificate. This program can be completed completely online or in a blended format, where students take courses online and in a traditional classroom setting.

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Upcoming Events

  1. 10/1 Geography Colloquium - Dr. Linda Mearns
  2. 10/22 Geography Colloquium - Dr. Hong Xu
  3. 11/5 Geography Colloquium - Dr. Eric Magrane

Geography Curriculum Info

Recent Graduate Student Publications

BenBella, Diane  & Ghosh, D. 2021. Combining Geospatial Analysis with HIV Care Continuum to Identify Differential HIV/AIDS Treatment Indicators in Uganda.  The Professional Geographer.

Barocci, Antonio.  2020. Political arrests of women under fascism: gender and the special tribunal in Italy 1926–1928. GeoJournal.

Adams, Aaron., Li, W., Zhang, C., & Chen, X.  2020. The disguised pandemic: the importance of data normalization in COVID-19 web mapping. Public Health.

Terbeck, Fabian. 2020. Defining Suburbs: An Evaluation and Comparison of Four Methods. The Professional Geographer.


See more graduate student publications

Outstanding Alumni

Conner Dickes, class of 2018, is a Planner/GIS Analyst at Milone & MacBroom.

Caroline Mazo, class of 2018, is a Physical Scientist at the US Geological Survey.

Tara Schwenzfeier, class of 2018, is a GIS Analyst at ForeFlight, a Boeing company.

Nick Lacafta, class of 2016, is a Technical Records Coordinator at the University of Connecticut.

Stefanie Walker, MA class of 2015, is a Senior Catastrophe Risk Consultant at Travelers Insurance.

Amy DellaGuistina, class of 2014, is an Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability Senior Associate at Amgen.

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UConn Geography Alumni Award Recipients

2021:  Patrick Heidkamp, MA '03, PhD '07, Professor, Southern CT State University.

2019:  Todd Dumais, BA '03, Town Planner, City of West Hartford.

2018:  Richard Annitto, BA '85, Vice President, GIS and Survey Division, LiRo Group

2017:  Ben Spaulding, PhD '10,  Catastrophe Risk Manager, Homesite Group

2016:  Patrice Carson, BA '82, Consulting Director of Community Development, Town of Bolton

2015:   Tyler Kleykamp, BA '00, Chief Data Officer, Connecticut State Office of Policy and Management