The junior is one of 20 recipients of the national scholarship and the only one whose focus is geography.
Sharlene Mollett says the next Venezuelan leader must keep poverty on the agenda in Latin America.
Segregation and diversity in major U.S. cities is occurring at the same time, in the same place, says Professor Richard Wright
In a Dartmouth Now video interview, Professor Richard Wright says highly diverse neighborhoods are still rare and African American neighborhoods remain largely segregated.
Little is known about the effects dam removal can have on a river, but Professor Frank Magilligan is out to change that.
The ecosystems of rivers actually rely on flooding to remain healthy, says Dartmouth Professor Frank Magilligan.
An article by Professor of Geography Xun Shi has been named one of the 25 seminal papers published by the International Journal of Geographical Information Science.
Geography major Heather Reiley ’12 spent spring term 2010 studying in Prague.
The production, economics, and sustainability of a globalized food supply will be addressed during Dartmouth’s seventh “Great Issues in Medicine and Global Health” conference.
Professor Jennifer Fluri studies aid work, development, geopolitics, and gender in Afghanistan.