Congratulations to Xueke Li who successfully defended her dissertation titled: Improved Understanding of Trends, Variations, and Causes of Atmospheric Aerosols Using Ground Measurements, Satellite Observations, and Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling
Prof. Debanuj DasGupta to deliver lecture at Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers University. He will share about his research related to transgender detention and border politics in the United States.
The Connecticut GIS User-to-User group celebrated International GIS Day on Wednesday, November 13 at Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU). It was a full day event followed by Mappy Hour at the Willimantic Brewing Company. Details of the event can be found here: https://ctgis.uconn.edu/gis-day-2. The following Geography faculty and graduate students gave presentations as part of […]
Professor Anji Seth will be on a panel at the “Usable Climate Science and the Uses of History” workshop on Friday, November 8th. More info about the workshop can be found here: https://environmentalhumanities.yale.edu/event/usable-climate-science-and-uses-history-interdisciplinary-workshop
Professor Anji Seth will be one of the panelists for the Science Straight Up event at the Connecticut Science Center on October 18, 2019. See graphic below for more details.
Dr. Debs Ghosh is invited to speak at the College of Computing and Information of Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda on September 6th 2019. The title of her talk is “Studying Intersection of Substance Abuse and HIV Transmission from a Spatial Lens: Past, Current, and Future Research”.
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