Geography & Environment Advisors

Undergraduate students should keep track of their major using the Degree to Progress Report (DPR). You should see an undergraduate advisor when you have questions about course selection, progress in the major and especially if your DPR raises any concerns.  Graduate students should see a graduate advisor for planning their program, and eventually choose a thesis advisor for planning their theis research.  

B.S. Environmental Science Advisors

B.A. Geography Advisors

Minor in Geography Advisors

Graduate

M.A. in Geography

M.A. in Geography: Concentration in Resource Management and Environmental Planning

M.S. in GISciences

  • Leonhard Blesius  (remote sensing, geomorphological hazards)
  • Jerry Davis (GIS for environmental/surface modeling, programming, GPS, surveying)
  • Ellen Hines (GIS/remote sensing, resource management, endangered species, marine/coastal) - available Spring only
  • XiaoHang Liu - (socio-economic GIS, urban remote sensing, spatial statistics)