Category: Graduate Research

Paul Holloway presents at GIScience conference in Vienna

The Eighth International Conference on Geographic Information Science was recently hosted by Vienna University of Technology. This conference, held every two years is used to bring together international participants from academia, industry and government to discuss the most current and

Molly Polk and Maria Jose LaRota attend Student Conference on Conservation Science at the American Museum of Natural History UT Geography grad students, Molly Polk and Maria Jose LaRota, were selected to attend the second annual Student Conference in Conservation Science in

PhD student Shafer starting research in Marfa, TX

PhD student Kathleen Shafer was the first to depart to her field site this summer in Marfa, TX. Shafer, who holds degrees in Photography and Anthropology, started in the department last fall. Having had a few weeks to settle into

Following Quinoa in Bolivia

Graduate student Jon Gehrig will be conducting field research for his Master’s thesis in the Bolivian Altiplano this summer. He is investigating the linkages between quinoa production and consumption in domestic and international markets. Jon leaves next Tuesday, May 10th