Sunday, February 27, 2011

The Veselka Fellowship Talks

HIV/AIDS in Fortaleza, Brazil - Renata Ponte

Guild Specific Responses to Habitat Change - Maria Jose La Rota Aguilera

The Evolution of Tarahumara Agriculture in Chihuahua, Mexico - Joshua Rudow

Tree Ferns of Central Veracruz: Harvest and Conservation Implications - Othoniel Vázquez Domínguez

Monday, February 21, 2011

Graduate Students present in AAG National Meeting: Seattle, Washington

2011 AAG Annual Meeting will take place April 12-16, 2011 in Seattle, Washington.  The Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers features presentations from leading scholars and experts on the latest in research, policy, and applications in geography, sustainability, and GIScience.  This year a record amount of  graduate students from UT Geography and The Environment will present.  Bellow is a list of presentations and links to their abstracts and departmental profiles.

Sharon W. Adams

Augustine Avwunudiogba

Mario Cardozo

Lindsey Carte

Emily Duda

Jon Gehrig

Ingrid Haeckel

Maria José La Rota

Matt Lafevor

Tony Layzell

Robert Lemon

Dylan Malcomb

Brian Mills

Niti Bhushan Mishra

Solange Munoz

John Oswald

Renata Ponte

Julio Postigo

Joshua Rudow

Leigh Schwartz

Pamela Sertzen

Steven Shannon

Ophelia Wang

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Dr. Anabel Ford meet with UT grad students to talk about reserach.

Dr. Anabel Ford of ISBER/MesoAmerican Research Center, University of California - Santa Barbara visited UT graduate students to discuss he research and mesoamerican archaeology. Her research focuses on the evolution of settlements of the ancient Mayans. Additionally, Dr. Ford also did a colloquium where she presented the new models of the origins of the Maya forest landscape.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011