Geography and Environmental Studies

Geography and Environmental Studies

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The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies has three programs of study leading to an undergraduate degree in Geography, Geomatics and Environmental Studies. Students can obtain a B.A. General, B.A. Honours, Combined Honours, B.Sc., or B.Sc. Combined.

Explore careers in Human Geography, Physical Geography, Geomatics, and Environmental Studies.

We also offer a specialization in Globalization and the Environment in the Bachelor of Global and International Studies program. If you are interested in this program please click on the program or contact bgins@carleton.ca.

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Professor Murray Richardson studies metal and mercury exposure in water on Temagami First Nation

Professor Murray Richardson of the the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies is featured in Carleton Now for his research on the effects of industry on the Temagami First Nation waterways and fish.... More

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DGES Founders Seminar presents Amos Hayes

The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies is delighted to have Amos Hayes of the Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre present, “Cartography for Communities: Mapping Knowledge” as part of the Founders Seminars Series. When: October 17th Time: 2:30pm- 4:00pm... More

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DGES Professor featured in article about online teaching

Dr. Pablo Mendez, new faculty in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, is featured in the September/October 2014 Online Focus Newsletter.... More

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Chet Mitchell Memorial Lecture w/ Dr. Audra Simpson

“The Chief’s Two Bodies: Theresa Spence and the Gender of Settler Colonialism” Join us for this examination of the geopolitical logic of settler colonialism and Indigenous (women’s) death that underwrites the incredulity and skepticism that met (Chief) Theresa Spence’s hunger... More

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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