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Geography Awareness Week/GIS Day Activities, Nov. 15-19
Scott Abel, with the Red Lake Department of Natural Resources, gives his talk during GIS Day. Scott received his M.S. from UND Geography in 2007.
Mitch Kasdan and Kyle Wikstrom at the Geography Awareness Week booth in the Memorial Union.
Minnesota GIS/LIS, Duluth, MN, Oct. 13-15
Graduate students Kristen Benidt, Tina Cummings, Emily Knish, Angie Kitzan, and Patrick Bright, and alumnus Daniel Fasteen enjoy the luncheon banquet.
Emily Knish, Angie Kitzan, and Patrick Bright, on the waterfront in Duluth.
Tina Cummings presents her master's reseach, titled "HAZUS-MH Flood Model Assessment of Damages at Minnewaukan, North Dakota, due to Devils Lake Flooding."
Tina Cummings, Rhonda Olson, Angie Kitzan, Kristen Benidt, Emily Knish, Patrick Bright, Nick Schmitz, and Daniel Fasteen between sessions at the conference.
The UND Geography crew takes a travel break at the Big Fish in Bena, MN.
UND Homecoming Parade, Oct. 9
The Geography Department "gang" walks the UND Homecoming Parade route.
GPRM AAG Meeting, Lawrence, KS, Oct. 9
Matthew Fahrenbruch and the research poster he presented at the GPRM AAG meeting. Matt's research was titled, "Using remote sensing to estimate common tansy distribution: Woodside Prairie Restoration Site, Minnesota."
UND Geographers touring the National WWI Museum in Kansas City.
Alumni/GTU Banquet, Oct. 8
Distinguished UND Geography Alumnus Lee Okeson delivers his after-dinner talk, titled "Geography in a Planning World."
Amber Boll, Geography major and GTU vice-president, and Dr. Douglas Munski co-hosted the banquet.
Lee Okeson receives the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Award from Amber Boll.
UND Involvement Expo, Aug. 25
Kyle Wikstrom and Amber Boll behind the Gamma Theta Upsilon booth during the 2010 Involvment Expo.
GTU Picnic and Spring Awards, May 7
Kyle Wikstrom, right, is the Spring 2010 recipient of the B.L. Wills Outstanding Undergraduate Award, which was presented by Dr. Greg Vandeberg. Congratulations Kyle!
Kyle Wikstrom and Peter Aldritt display their Gamma Theta Upsilion membership certificates.
The Big Event!, May 1
GTU Members Peter Aldritt, left, and Matthew Fahrenbruch do volunteer work in the Grand Forks community.
From left, Ben Carlson, Peter Aldritt, Matthew Fahrenbruch, and Amber Boll all volunteered time to make The Big Event! a big success.
Memorial Union Leadership Awards Program, April 30
Geography majors Matthew Fahrenbruch (left) and Kyle Wikstrom were named Outstanding Student Leaders. Congratulations!
16th Annual Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program Forum, April 15
Matthew Fahrenbruch presents his undergradute research project.
South Dakota State University Geography Convention, March 25-26
Students who attended the 41st Annual SDSU Geography Convention included, from left, Nick Schmitz, Tina Cummings, Peter Aldritt, Nate Harsha, Ben Prusa, Danny Fasteen, Rhonda Fietzek-DeVries, and Kristen Benidt.
Kristen Benidt and Nick Schmitz (third and fourth from left) demonstrate their knowledge of geographic trivia during the Geography Bowl.
Dr. Brad Rundquist gives his invited talk "Remote Detection of Invasive Plant Species."
Data Collection at Lake Alice, ND, March 17
Dr. Greg Vandeberg ready to collect data related to his water and sediment quality study at Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge.
Dr. Vandeberg is investigating nutrient and trace element sources for the project, funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The Graduate School Scholarly Forum, March 9-10
Matthew Fahrenbruch and Dr. Brad Rundquist pose in front of Matt's research poster.
Popcorn Sales, GTU Fundraiser, March 8-12
Geography major Peter Aldritt during his shift selling popcorn in the UND Student Union.
Feast of Nations, Feb. 27
The Geography Department "crew" that attended the 48th Annual Feast of Nations at the Alerus Center.
UND Founders Day Banquet, Feb. 25
The Department of Geography won the 2010 Departmental Excellence in Service Award in recognition of its high level of service to the discipline, university, and community. Dr. Enru Wang (at left) was awarded a North Dakota Spirit Faculty Achievement Award for his significant contributions in teaching, research, and service.
TRIO Day, Feb. 11
Dr. Douglas Munski accepts the 2010 Friend of UND TRIO Award, given in recognition of outstanding service in support of TRIO programs and their students.
Cardboard Sled Race, Feb. 6
Construction of the cardboard Viking ship in the Geography Department.
Matthew Fahrenbruch, Benjamin Prusa, and Tina Cummings pose by the finished entry.
While not the fastest sled at the race, it did hold together!