Year: 2017

GAGE Officers for 2017-2018 Academic Year

It is my great pleasure to announce our new GAGE officers for the 2018 – 2019 academic year. Thank you so much Pres. Schank, Vice Pres. Hoover, and all the other officers for your service this past year and congratulations to

A Year Full of Accomplishments

The 2016-2017 year was a momentous year for graduate students in the Department of Geography and the Environment.  With so many accomplishments, from recognition from the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Defense to awards from the

Doctoral Candidate Kalli Doubleday Published in Geoforum

Doctoral Candidate Kalli Doubleday recently published a single author paper in the international geography journal Geoforum titled: Nonlinear liminality: Human-animal relations on preserving the world’s most famous tigress. Kalli pursued this research as a side project during her first dissertation

Winner of Jean Holloway Teaching Award – Dr. Caroline Faria

Congratulations to our own Dr. Caroline Faria for receiving the Jean Holloway Teaching Award! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to Geography – very well deserved!  

UT Geography at AAG 2017

Rebecca Torres and UT alum Dr. Lindsey Carte win Geographical Review’s Best Paper Award for their work on the human costs of migration in sending communities in Latin America.   UT alumni Paul Holloway (second from left in red tie) and Molly Polk (at