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Geography Department Seeking Applicants for Sustainability Science Focused Tenure-Track Position

August 28th, 2015

The CSULB Geography department is currently seeking applications for a new Assistant Professor of Geography tenure-track position. Candidates for this position will have expertise in Sustainability Science or a closely related field, with specialization in one or more of the following areas: biophysical geography, global environmental change, climate change science, environmental policy, or similar […]

Earn your Masters of Science in Geographic Information Science in Just One Year – There’s Still Time to Apply for Fall 2015

April 16th, 2015

California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Department of Geography is still accepting applications for our Masters of Science in Geographic Information Science (MSGISci). While April 15th was the priority deadline, we have extended the 2015-2016 cohort application period through June 1st.
The MSGISci is a 1-year, 30-unit MS degree program. Classes are offered on weeknights and […]

Professor Laris Discusses Peace Corps International Masters Program on Local Long Beach

December 16th, 2014

In a recent Peace Corps focused episode of Local Long Beach, a video publication produced by CSULB students, Professor Paul Laris was interviewed and asked about the details of the new Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows program that will provide graduate students with an opportunity to simultaneously earn an M.A. in Geography from CSULB and serve […]

Professor Curtis Gives his Last Lecture Before Retirement

December 10th, 2014

Geography professor Dr. Jim Curtis gave his last lecture before retirement on December 9th and received a surprise bagpipe tribute at the start of his class that can be seen in the video below. Congratulations to Dr. Curtis on his retirement after his many years of fantastic teaching and research in the Geography department […]

Geography’s Tom Frazier Featured in Inside CSULB

November 4th, 2014

Geography lecturer Tom Frazier was recently featured in “Inside CSULB” because of his contributions to the University Art Museum’s latest exhibit “Barbara Klemm. Light and Dark. Photographs from Germany” which runs until December 14th. Tom was generous enough to loan the Museum the pieces of the Berlin Wall that he collected when he was […]

Geography Student Andrew Carnes Receives National Leadership Award From Pi Kappa Phi

Andrew Carnes, a geography major who is currently a senior at CSULB, is this year’s recipient of the Howard H. Baker Leadership Award, one of the greatest honors bestowed on undergraduate members by the Pi Kappa Phi Supreme Chapter. For more information on Andrew’s achievement visit the page at the link below:

http://www.everythinglongbeach.com/csulb-senior-andrew-carnes-receives-national-leadership-award-pi-kappa-phi/

Peace Corps Director to Visit CSULB and Sign Agreement for Geography Masters Program Partnership

September 3rd, 2014

Peace Corps director Carrie Hessler-Radelet visted CSULB on September 5th to sign a Memorandum of Understanding that created a partnership between the University and Peace Corps. This partnership created a Masters International Program that will allow graduate students who are accepted into the program to earn an MA in Geography by first completing coursework […]

“A Calliope Collaboration” at Inside CSULB

May 2nd, 2014

A recent collaboration between geography (Hyowon Ban) and design (Sunook Park). Please follow the link below for the details.
http://www.csulb.edu/misc/inside/?p=4618

Guest Lecture by Dr. Bethany Ehlmann about Aqueous Environments on Mars (4/23/2014)

On Wednesday 4/23 Dr. Bethany Ehlmann of CalTech will be presenting a guest lecture at 8pm in Dr. Chrys Rodrigue’s Geography of Mars 441/541 class. The lecture will take place in classroom LA5-352 and the topic will be Aqueous Environments during Mars’ First Billion Years: Mineralogic Clues from Orbiting Infrared Spectrometers. If you […]

Guest Lecture by Dr. Bethany Ehlmann about Aqueous Environments on Mars (4/23/2014)

[ April 23, 2014; 8:00 pm to 9:45 pm. ] On Wednesday 4/23 Dr. Bethany Ehlmann of CalTech will be presenting a guest lecture at 8pm in Dr. Chrys Rodrigue’s Geography of Mars 441/541 class.  The lecture will take place in classroom LA5-352 and the topic will be Aqueous Environments during Mars’ First Billion Years: Mineralogic Clues from Orbiting Infrared Spectrometers.  If you are interested […]