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2016 Spring and Summer Scrapbook
Students presented their projects at the end of the second year of the North Dakota Atlas project. UND President Ed Schafer and College of Arts & Sciences Dean Debbie Storrs were in attendance.
Geography faculty and students celebrated Devon's 16 years of service to UND Geography.
GEOG 574 Advanced GIS Project Presentations, May 5, 2016
Undergraduate and graduate students from Geography, ESSP, and other departments presented their projects in GEOG 574 Advanced GIS.
North Dakota EPSCoR conference, April 19, 2016
Graduate Student Earl Klug presents his research on using lidar and digital aerial photography to inventory Walsh County shelterbelts at the North Dakota EPSCoR conference in Grand Forks.
Isaac Simon, Earth System Science & Policy, and Sami Swartz, Geography & Geographic Information Science, won first place in the poster competition for Population Health students during the 2016 Frank Low Research Day in the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences. The title of their poster was “The Geography of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Residential Radon in North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Texas.” Their research is a part of a research grant awarded by North Dakota INBRE to Dr. Gary Schwartz, Dr. Cristina Oancea, both with the UND Department of Population Health, and Dr. Brad Rundquist, UND Department of Geography & Geographic Information Science. Great work Isaac and Sami!
A total of 3 papers and 2 posters were presented by UND Geographers at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in San Francisco. Of these, UND Geography students presented 1 paper (Morgen Burke) and 2 posters (Brandon Andreasen, Karl Bauer), here are their photos.
Graduate student Brandon Andreasen.
Undergraduate student Karl Bauer.
Graduate student Morgen Burke.