Apply for Grad School

Start Your Application

NCGIA

National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis

CTED

Center for Trade, Environment and Development

APEC

Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Study Center

Announcements

Updates and Events

Geography is concerned with the location and arrangement in space of human and natural phenomena, and with the interrelationships between people and their environments. Our faculty and students seek solutions to tomorrow’s global challenges today through innovative research in natural and social sciences.

Department News

11/7/18
Western New York’s 2018 celebration of GIS Day — an annual, worldwide event — will kick off on Nov. 14 at UB.
11/6/18
Education: Ph.D. in Geography (State University of New York at Buffalo), M.B.A. in International Business (Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea), B.A. in International Studies (State University of New York at Buffalo), Diploma in Korean Language and Culture (The Defense Language Institute, CA)

Upcoming Events

Geography Awareness Week: Nov. 13, Tuesday

8AM-Noon, Letro Courtroom, O'Brian Hall, UB North Campus

Details here

WNY GIS Day: Nov. 14, Wednesday

Western New York's 2018 Celebration of GIS Day, 1-5PM, 120 Clemens Hall, UB North Campus

Details here

Introduction to Geography

Click to play video.

Explore our research and degree programs in Geography and International Trade with faculty, students, and alumni.

Why Choose Us?>

Introduction to GIScience

Click to play video.

Explore our research and degree programs in Geographic Information Science with faculty, students, and alumni.

Learn more about GIScience>

Center of Academic Excellence in Geospatial Sciences

Students working with globe projection

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the United States Geological Survey have formally designated Geography and NCGIA as a Center of Academic Excellence in geospatial sciences.

Academic Excellence>

Meet Our Faculty

faculty

Geography has a diverse faculty in terms of disciplinary focus, composition, and real-world experience, and they truly represent the global community.

Meet Our Faculty>