News from the Department of Geography and Environment

UH Geography and Environment alum Sayaka S. Sakuma @gekisai_one (PhD, '20) is a speaker on the panel, "Situating Shuri," as part of Kyushu University Border Studies' workshop on the history and politics surrounding Shuri Castle (Okinawa). March 5-6:
https://t.co/KOxzdKpxGo

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment alum

UH Geography and Environment PhD student Hannah von Hammerstein was awarded the Graduate Dean's Scholarship to support her research on nutritional content of human aquatic food organisms in the changing ocean climate. Congrats, Hannah!

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment PhD

UH Geography and Environment alum Aurora Kagawa-Viviani @akkagawa (PhD, '20) is nominated by Governor David Y. Ige to the Commission on Water Resource Management, for a term to expire on June 30, 2025. https://t.co/9T95d56ywb

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment alum

UH Geography and Environment Professor @marina_karides is the PI for a $1-million grant from the @NSF ADVANCE program to study STEM careers at UH community colleges. @UHM_Sociology PhD candidate @NathaliePRita is the lead researcher. In @UHawaiiNews: https://t.co/KVa6L9scvs

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment Professor

UH Geography and Environment PhD student Dalilah Laidin was awarded the Graduate Dean's Scholarship for her fieldwork on the political ecology of disaster and memory in Indonesia. Congrats, Dal!

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment PhD

UH Geography and Env. alum Aurora Kagawa-Viviani @akkagawa (PhD, '20) started her postdoc, leading a two-year project "Understanding Forest Restoration in Hawaiʻi," in partnership with UH Hilo HCSU, UH Mānoa WRRC, and the USGS Pacific Islands Ecosystems Research Center. Congrats!

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Env. alum

Online public lecture TODAY, Feb. 18th at 12pm HST - "A Feminist Perspective On Colonialism and Environmental Justice in Puerto Rico," by Dr. Noralis Rodriguez-Coss, Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at Gonzanga University.

Image for the Tweet beginning: Online public lecture TODAY, Feb.

UH Geography and Environment Associate Professor Mary Mostafanezhad was recently appointed as the Co Editor-in-Chief of Tourism Geographies (@TourismJournal), the flagship journal of geography of tourism. Congratulations @GeogProfMary! https://t.co/v1GJ5EeEIe

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment Associate

Public lecture this Thurs., Feb. 18, 12pm HST via Zoom - "A Feminist Perspective On Colonialism & Environmental Justice in Puerto Rico," by Dr. Noralis Rodriguez-Coss, Asst. Prof. of Women's & Gender Studies, Gonzanga Uni. Email Dr. Marina Karides (mkarides@hawaii.edu) for link.

Image for the Tweet beginning: Public lecture this Thurs., Feb.

Flashback Fridays - 2015 MA graduate Nicholas Cosmas' thesis entitled "Stay Where You Are Until Our Backs Are Turned: Imagining the Border from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok," is available for view here, https://t.co/dnSX2GMCzX. Nicholas' advisor was Professor Reece Jones.

Image for the Tweet beginning: Flashback Fridays - 2015 MA

UH Geography and Environment alum Kyle Kajihiro (PhD, '20) co-wrote about U.S. military contamination in Hawaiʻi in @CivilBeat Community Voice (Jan. 27, 2021),
https://t.co/m29FraD8TX

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment alum

The deadline to apply for a majority of UH Mānoa student scholarships for the academic year Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 is coming up soon, on February 16. https://t.co/BAiIzL84NW

Image for the Tweet beginning: The deadline to apply for

UH Geography & Environment Professor Marina Karides (@marina_karides) is the co-organizer of a virtual speaker series, "Island Feminisms: Place, Justice, and Movement" this spring. The next talk is Friday, Feb. 19, 1-2pm HST. https://t.co/fWL59273ey

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography & Environment Professor

If you are looking to take classes this summer, UH Geography and Environment courses are online and require zero textbook purchase. View our summer class availability here, https://t.co/KWJSZj9g2P

Image for the Tweet beginning: If you are looking to

UH Geography and Environment alumni Kyle Kajihiro's (PhD, '20) work with Hawaiʻi DeTours is covered in the @SFGate - "''An anti-tourist experience': Hawaii travel group tours island's ugly realities," https://t.co/mYLhPULDgt.

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment alumni

Online public lecture TODAY, Feb. 4th at 12pm HST - "Greenhouses, Technical Assistance, and Smallholder Farmers in Rural Chile," by Dr. Ivy Ken, Associate Professor at George Washington University.

Image for the Tweet beginning: Online public lecture TODAY, Feb.

UH Geography and Environment has a new combined 5-year BA and MA program. More information is available here: https://t.co/Oc0oGqeM0o

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment has

UH Geography and Environment online public lecture this Thurs., Feb. 4 at 12pm HST - "Greenhouses, Technical Assistance, and Smallholder Farmers in Rural Chile," by Dr. Ivy Ken, Associate Professor at George Washington University.

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment online

UH Geography and Environment Associate Professor Camilo Mora's carbon neutrality project is featured in Hawaiian Airlines' latest Hana Hou! magazine - "To Grow a Forest, For Camilo Mora, planting ten thousand trees is only the beginning," https://t.co/FkdR0fVGN1.

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment Associate

The deadline for the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) is March 3, 2021. The UH Department of Geography and Environment supports student research through this program every year: https://t.co/bLXqo0uMYs

Image for the Tweet beginning: The deadline for the Undergraduate

PhD candidate Rollan Geronimo received an Outstanding Published Papers Award from the Phillippine govt for "Mapping Fishing Activities & Suitable Fishing Grounds Using Nighttime Satellite Images & Maximum Entropy Modelling," published '18 in Remote Sensing https://t.co/julloVtDiS

Image for the Tweet beginning: PhD candidate Rollan Geronimo received

UH Geography and Environment Professor Alison Rieser reviewed the book, "Pacific: An Ocean of Wonders" by Phil Hatfield, in the Journal of Historical Geography, https://t.co/AIhW2jabZ0.

Image for the Tweet beginning: UH Geography and Environment Professor
Load More...