Prof. DasGupta invited to deliver the 2nd Annual Pride Speech at Colombo, Sri Lanka. Prof. Dasgupta will share his research about the geopolitics of transgender recognition in South Asia, and how LGBTQ activists can respond during times of national security.
Hui defended his dissertation titled: Investigating the relationship between hydrological variation, land use/cover change and climate change at regional and local scales under future scenarios. Congratulations Hui.
Megan McCusker Hill defended her dissertation titled: Investigating gully erosion and Holocene- Anthropocene environmental change in southern New England. Congratulations Megan.
Professor Mark Boyer recently had op-ed in the Hartford Courant: https://www.courant.com/opinion/op-ed/hc-op-boyer-trump-semester-abroad-0519-20190519-6ljffbntwzdj3elsytlb34yv5u-story.html
Xueke Li was recently featured in UConn CLAS 2019 Dean’s report for her commitment to research and teaching. For more details and to read the Dean’s report, visit: https://clas.uconn.edu/about/deans-report
Professor Mark Boyer was chosen as one of UConn Baseball’s MVP (Most Valuable Professors). The baseball team acknowledges Dr. Boyer’ dedication to academics which helps enhance the student-athlete experience at UConn. Dr. Boyer (and the other MVPs) were recognized at the UConn Baseball home game on Friday, May 10th. Here are photo’s […]
Professor Carol Atkinson-Palombo is one of the recipients of the 2017-2018 UConn Environment Leadership Award. The Environmental Leadership Awards were created as a way to recognize individuals who have worked alone or with other groups to support UConn’s environmental sustainability efforts on campus and in the community. Nominations are submitted from faculty members, staff members, […]
Congratulations to Antonio Barocci and Diane Benbella for winning several awards at this years American Association of Geographers conference. Diane Benbella won the 2nd place in the poster competition in the Geography, GIScience and Health: Spatial Aspects of Cancer, NCDs and Health Behavior section. The session was sponsored by the International Journal of Environmental […]
Professor Ouimet was recently interviewed by Scientific American for an article titled: Going with the Flow: Waterfalls Can Form Spontaneously. The article focuses on understanding how these breathtaking features form helps scientist interpret geologic history. Professor Atkinson-Palombo was recently on NPR‘s Where We Live program lending her expertise about autonomous […]