Colloquium Series

Throughout the semester, the Department of Geography runs a Colloquium Series thematically tied to research and issues of a  geographical nature but intended to attract faculty, staff and students from across the disciplines. 

Unless otherwise specified, all Colloquia are at 3:15 pm in Fillmore 170.

All are welcome to join and attend. See the schedule below for further details. 

Current Schedule (Spring 2022)


Name and Organization


Faculty Host

Feb. 18

Geography Faculty

Lightening talks - On Zoom

Dr. Scott Mackay

Mar. 7

Dr. Aaron Mallory,  Florida State University

"Hidden Epidemics, Hidden People: HIV/AIDS, Black Queer Communities and Accounting for Missing Geographies"

Dr. Marion Werner

Mar. 18

Dr. Mona Hemmati, Columbia University "Urbanization Role in Resilience of Communities Under Flood Risk" Dr. Andrew Crooks
April 1 Kazi Masel Ullah, University of Georgia "Geospatial Modeling For Biofuel Economics" Dr. Andrew Crooks
April 22 Dr. Richard York, University of Oregon "Energy Transitions and Unintended Consequences
Dr. Trina Hamilton
April 29 Dr. Catherine Jampel, Penn State College of Liberal Arts "TBD"
Dr. Scott Mackay
May 6 Dr. Imelda Moise, University of Miami "TBD" Dr. Sara Metcalf