Dept. of Geography News & Events this Week - 7/15/14

July 15, 2014
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IMAGE OF THE WEEK

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Guido Cervone at NCAR
 
 
 
 
Guido Cervone makes an adjustment to the Total Sky Imager at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Co. [View larger image and more information on the blog.]
 
 
 

GOOD NEWS

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• Two members of the Human Factors in GIScience Lab (also GeoVISTA) will start tenure-track positions this fall. Rui Li (Ph.D. ‘12) and Raechel Bianchetti (Ph.D. ‘14) ...
 

NEWS

Summer office moves underway
If you visit the second and third floors of Walker Building this summer, watch out for boxes, furniture, books, and lots of recycling. To better integrate the two floors housing the department, many office moves are underway ...
 
New degree in Geodesign
Penn State University has announced the creation of a Master of Professional Studies (MPS) degree in Geodesign, with applications now being accepted.
 
 
 
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