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Phi Beta Kappa Fall 2011 Initiation, December 5
Nick Schmitz, Nick Henes, and Nick Kludt were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa on December 5, 2011.
Dr. Veena Joshi, University of Pune, Fulbright Scholar, October 10-15
Dr. Veena Joshi and husband during visit to Devil's Lake area with field methods class.
Geography 574 students during visit to Devil's Lake area.
Dr. Veena Joshi (second from left) with husband and Dr. Vandeberg and his family.
Commencement, May 14
Congratulations Spring 2011 Graduates! Shown here are, from left, Rodney Iverson, Blake Jackson, Rachel Turner, Dr. Rundquist, Matthew Fahrenbruch, and Tom Svobodny.
Geography Department Picnic, May 6
Geographers and friends of geography gather for the 2011 GTU picnic at Sertoma Park in Grand Forks.
Advanced GIS Poster Session, May 5
Nels Anderson discusses his project for Dr. Rundquist's Geog. 574: Advanced Techniques in GIS.
Emily Knish visits with Dr. Wang about her research into the climatology of the Devils Lake Basin.
Earth Systems Science and Policy doctoral student Seth Fore explains his Advanced GIS project to Susan Caraher, who is with the UND Graduate School.
Tetiana Nemitchenko, a graduate student with the Earth System Science and Policy Department, took first place in the class competition.
Emily Knish finished third in the competition. Way to go Emily!
Midwest Undergraduate Geography Symposium, April 30
Mei-Hui Huang, Matthew Fahrenbruch, Nick Kludt, and Amber Boll attended MUGS on the campus of Gustavus Adolphus College. Matthew and Nick presented gave research talks at the symposium.
B.L. Wills Scholarship Recognition, April 28
The Spring 2011 winner of the B.L. Wills Scholarship is Nick Schmitz.
Past B.L. Wills Scholarship winners include, from left, Rodney Iverson, Lara Dando, Kyle Wikstrom, and Matt Fahrenbruch. Also pictured at far right is the Spring 2011 winner, Nick Schmitz.
Rodney Iverson M.A. Defense, April 26
Rodney Iverson defends his thesis, titled "Airline Service: Effects on Travel and Economic Development in North Dakota Following the Airline Deregulation Act."
Presentation to Goodridge, MN, High School, April 21
Matt Fahrenbruch presents his research on San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, to students at Goodridge High School.
GTU Members Volunteering at the Salvation Army, April 14
GTU member Rhonda Fietzek-DeVries volunteers her time to sort clothes at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks.
GTU member Emily Knish lends a helping hand at the Salvation Army. We are proud that GTU is building such a strong tradition of community service.
North Dakota State Science and Engineering Fair, April 7-9
Graduate student and NDView coordinator Nels Anderson makes a presentation about Landsat and other forms of remotely sensed data to some of the students who participated in the North Dakota State Science and Engineering Fair.
SDSU Geography Convention, March 24 and 25
Matthew Fahrenbruch presents his research.
Kimberley Hoppe won second place in the student poster competition! Nice work!
Matthew Fahrenbruch, Kyle Economy, Ben Carlson, and Kimberley Hoppe attended the SDSU Convention. This is also the the group (plus one other member from another school) that won the Geobowl Competition!