Author: Rich

Dr. Anji Seth on Women and the Climate Crisis panel

Anji Seth will be one of the four participants on the GENERATIONS:  A Conversations Between Women and the Climate Crisis panel. In this event, four generations of women will discuss how the climate crisis affects us all.  The panel will explore how each generational viewpoint informs our overall understanding of this important issue and how […]

GIS Undergrad featured in UConn Today story

Congratulations to Audrey Berry and all the GIS Diversity grant awardees.  The program, funded by a CLAS diversity initiative, was highlighted in a recent issue of UConn Today. Read the story here:

UConn Geographers head to Denver for annual AAG conference

A group of geographers from UConn participated in the American Association of Geographers (AAG) 2023 Annual Meeting held in Denver, CO from March 23-27.  During the conference, the AAG honored geographers who received awards over the last several years.  UConn Geographers receiving awards include: Sabina Bhandari (current PhD student) received Travel Awards from the Spatial […]

Quinn Molloy receives Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Quinn Molloy received an University Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award from the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.  This honor is bestowed on a very small number of graduate students and Quinn is joining a selective club of distinguished educators recognized and respected for teaching excellence. […]

Dr. Atkinson-Palombo to moderate Virtual Green Days Panel

Virtual Green Days Panel, University of Iceland, Wednesday, March 1st, 12:30-1:30. This panel will showcase work being done in US cities by three graduates of UConn’s Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the intellectual frontier of Sustainable Transportation.  Featured speakers are Anaka Maher, Solutions Engineer at Optibus;  Steven Luglio, Transportation Engineer at Sam […]

Weixuan Lyu Receives Presentation Award at IGWG2022

Congratulations to Weixuan Lyu, a second-year PhD student in Geography, who has earned a presentation award in the 2022 International Graduate Workshop on Geoinformatics (IGWG2022). Her presentation is titled Sensing Urban Foodscapes: Measuring the Perceived Food Space of Residents in Hartford, CT. Her research leverages a mixed-method approach combining a structured survey and GIS modeling […]