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Hudson McFann's Research

  Violent Waste

In April 1975, after five years of civil war with the US-backed Khmer Republic, the Khmers Rouges captured Phnom Penh. Then, almost immediately, guerrilla forces of the nascent regime began displacing city dwellers and refugees from the capital to the countryside. They provided a multifold rationale for this draconian transfer of the population. Among the reasons conveyed was that it was a procedure of sanitation: they needed to “clean up” the city.
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Geography majors receive a liberal arts education that is an appropriate base for further specialized training in academic disciplines which address environmental and international issues or in related professional fields such as planning and public policy, law, and environmental management. Students are also offered courses in which they learn specific technical skills in spatial data analysis, cartographic design, remote sensing, and geographic information systems that are suitable for direct entry employment positions. The Geography Graduate Program encourages work on a wide range of research specialties and fosters strong interdisciplinary ties. The program offers the following degree options: Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MS), and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

        • Professor Dave Robinson wins a Lifetime Achievement Award.
        • Graduate student Diya Paul awarded research Fellowship.
        • Graduate student Ali Horton wins Fulbright-Hays Doctoral
          Dissertation Research Award.
        • Professor Joanna Regulska awarded the Order of Polonia Restituta.
        • Professor Kevin St. Martin awarded two NSF grants.
        • Professor Asher Ghertner formally reappointed in SAS, and also wins a 2014 SAS Teaching Award.
        • Graduate student Hudson McFann awarded a fellowhsip

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