Scientist at Work: Professor Bill Black discusses his seminal work Sustainable Transportation: Problems and Solutions. More »
Congratulations to Graduate students who have received fellowships. More »
Professors Rahman and Roy Chowdhury receive NASA grant to study mangrove forests in Bangladesh.
Faculty, staff, and graduate students from Geography recently staffed an exhibit at the HASTI convention in Indianapolis. More »
Professors Evans and Robeson receive funding from NSF for study of spatial resilience in Zambia. More »
Rinku Roy Chowdhury's article in PNAS identifies diversity of economic strategies among Yucatan farmers. More »
New NASA project, led by Faiz Rahman, to study terrestrial carbon cycle. More »
Geography adjunct faculty member Emilio Moran elected to National Academy of Sciences. More »
Geography faculty lead two of the four Multidisciplinary Ventures and Seminars Fund projects. More »
Expansion to Geography North: Multidisciplinary Science Building II (MSB-II). More »
We are mourning the loss of our colleague, mentor, and friend John Odland who died unexpectedly on Monday September 14 at Bloomington Hospital. Brief Biography »
For outstanding contributions to the field and discipline of Recreation, Tourism and Sport (RTS) Geography, the Association of American Geographers has awarded Dan Knudsen the Roy Wolfe Award.
He also received the Ryan Award for exceptional contributions to international programs and studies.
Tom Evans is featured in a special issue of Research and Creative Activity on Sustainability: The Shape of Forests.
He also spoke on the history of deforestation and reforestation in south-central Indiana on Dec. 4 at Borders Books & Music in Bloomington.
In celebration of Geography Awareness Week, the IU Bloomington Campus had its annual GIS Day on November 19th.
September, 2008: We are pleased to welcome Rebecca Lave and Rinku Roy Chowdhury to the faculty of the department. Rebecca and Rinku both contribute to the department’s strengths in human-environment interactions. In addition, Rinku will bolster our GIScience program while Rebecca adds new dimensions to our human geography program.