The Department of Geography, Environment, and Tourism regularly hosts scholars from around the world to exhibit their most recent research and findings. Talks and events listed here are part of the Lucia Harrison Colloquium Series unless otherwise noted. These events are open to the general public and all students are encouraged to attend these unique seminars to gain invaluable information regarding the cutting edge studies ongoing in the field of geography and related disciplines. All events are held at 3 pm in 2119 Wood Hall (unless stated otherwise).
GIS Trends Changing the Business of State Government, presented by Mustafa Rahim M.S., GIS Manager, Missouri Office of Geospatial Information, supported by the Lucia Harrison Endowment Fund and the Institute of Environment and Sustainability Gwen Frostic Colloquium Series, 2 P.M., virtual event hosted in Wood Hall 2119.
Understanding Albedo: What is it? How can it affect climate change?, presented by Dr. Cheyenne Lei, Research Fellow, Institute for Global Change Biology and 2023 Distinguished Alumna of the School of Environment, Geography, and Sustainability, supported by the Lucia Harrison Endowment Fund and the Institute of Environment and Sustainability Gwen Frostic Colloquium Series, 3 P.M., Wood Hall 2119.