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Ranked among the top ten programs nation-wide, the Geography Department at the University of Oregon has 16 full-time faculty members whose expertise tackles issues of environmental change, globalization, and geospatial technologies through teaching innovation and research.


Memorial celebration for Geographer Susan Hardwick

A memorial service to honor geography professor Susan Hardwick is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 21 at 4pm in 182 Lillis Hall at the University of Oregon. Refreshments will be available in Condon Hall at the Geography Department immediately following.

Susan touched many as an educator, a friend, a colleague, and mentor. A short remembrance of her achievements can be found here:  Remembering Susan Hardwick, Educator, Mentor and Scholar

Details about the memorial service and map are below

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UO geographer urges more stakeholder voices in climate science

Geography Professor Katie Meehan is featured in a recent Around the O story detailing her work in collaboration with an international group of scientists regarding climate policy. One of the results of this work is a policy paper published in the Nov. 13 issue of the journal Science.

The Around the O news story can be found here:

The policy paper – Stakeholders in climate science: Beyond lip service? – is here: