GGR379 Field Methods in Physical Geography 2017

17 May 2017 - 2:33pm
GGR379 Field Methods in Physical Geography

This course is structured around one major field trip that will occur before fall-term courses begin, preparatory work, and approximately bi-weekly course meetings during the regular academic term to complete complementary work in computer and/or wet laboratories.

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Graduate Student, Lea Ravensbergen-Hodgins, wins two 2016 masters thesis AAG awards

31 Mar 2016 - 3:56pm

Congratulations to Lea Ravensbergen-Hodgins for winning both the Transport Geography Specialty Group and Health and Medical Geography 2016 masters thesis awards of the Association of American Geographers, for her Masters thesis "Socioeconomic Discrepancies in Children’s Accessibility to Health Promoting Resources: An Activity Space Analysis". Lea's research has been recognized in both the Transportation and Health geography fields.

Participant Recruitment for Research Study at the University of Toronto

10 Mar 2016 - 2:10pm

A team of interdisciplinary researchers in the GEMINI Study at the University of Toronto is recruiting participants to study the effect of migration on chronic inflammatory diseases in South Asian Canadian communities.

Congratulations Emily Grise, Rachel Harris, Matthew Malone and Lea Ravensbergen-Hodgins

7 Oct 2015 - 8:53am

The department would like to congratulate the following students who successfully defended their masters thesis/major research paper in September 2015: