CITIES AND GLOBALIZATION.   DIGITAL MAPPING, GIS, AND GEOINFORMATICS.   SUSTAINABILITY.   EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE.   HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF EARTH SYSTEM.   ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY.
 
 

ALUMNI & STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

 
Students and alumni share on 'Why GEOGRAPHY and ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES?'

Danielle Bartolone
MA Geography candidate; SWG Fellowship Recipient

Zhi He
Geography major;
Public Service Scholarship Recipient

Catherine Prunella
BA 2018
Environmental Studies

Araby Smyth
MA 2015
Geography; SWG Fellowship Recipient

Erika Jimenez
MA 2018
Geography; SWG Fellowship Recipient
 

Adrian Ferrar
MS 2018
GeoInformatics

Glenn Liu
BA 2017
Environmental Studies

Sofia Chelpon
BA 2016
Environmental Studies

Sahara James
BA 2018
Environmental Studies

Rebecca Kukla
MA
Geography

 

GEOGRAPHY NEWS HEADLINES

In the News

 
The Department of Geography office will be closed from Monday, December 24th until Wednesday, January 2nd. Anyone needing assistance can email faculty members directly or use geog@hunter.cuny.edu and someone will respond within 24 hours.

Congratulations!

 
Pearl Leff is a geography major and a Macaulay Honors student at Hunter College in her junior year. She received The AAG Marble-Boyle Undergraduate Achievement Awards in Geographic Science and the 2018 USGIF undergraduate scholarship. Read more.

Recap of 2018 GIS Jobs Fair

 
Held on Wednesday, November 14th at Hunter College, in the spacious 3rd Floor Cafeteria of the West Building at East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue, the 2nd Annual GIS Job Fair was a success! Read more.

In the News

 
Professor Peter Marcotullio and MA Geography candidate George Golub participated in an APN (Asia Pacific Network on Global Change Research) research workshop in Beijing on cities, energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Read more.

Congratulations!

 
Professor Marcotullio is the lead author in the "Energy Systems" chapter of the Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR-2) report published by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP). Read more.

Congratulations!

 
Professor Reinmann is a co-author of the just released article in The Conversation about winter climate change and forest tree growth research. Check out the article and the research manuscript.

Congratulations!

 
Professor Solecki is a co-author of the just released Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC. Dr. Solecki was also interviewed by high profile news media including NPR’s All Things Considered and The New Yorker. Read more.

Congratulations!

 

Recap of Fall Social

 
On October 3rd, 2018 the Department of Geography hosted a social event for current and prospective students to meet with advisors and professors, learn about our programs, and faculty research conducted over the summer. Read more.

Chair's welcome

 
Published August 27, 2018. Dear students, colleagues, staff, and friends of the Department of Geography: Welcome to the new semester and the 2018-2019 academic year! I hope you had a productive and relaxing summer. I would like to thank Dr. Allan Frei for his leadership of our department in the last six years and invite you to join us again in conquering new heights of academic excellence and building our outstanding community of students and scholars. Read more.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

GeoSeminar Series Talk

 
You are invited to come and discover what is new in geography, environmental studies, geology, GIS, earth science, and geoinformatics. View Schedule.

What is Geography?