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  James K. Mitchell
Professor Emeritus
Department of Geography

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Curriculum Vita
  Research Interests: human response to environmental hazards; environmental policy and planning; global environmental change
Hazards Research page
  Education: 1967-70 University of Chicago, Ph.D. (Geography) (1973)
1965-67 University of Cincinnati, M.A. (Geography)
M.C.P. (Community Planning)
1961-65 Queens University, Belfast, B.Sc. (Hons) (Geography)
  Students: Monalisa Chatterjee; Robert Donovan; Mariana Mossler; James Jeffers
  Recent Publications:
  Courses Offered: Natural Hazards and Disasters 01:450:311
Seminar in Natural Hazards 16:450:612

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Graduate Student Ida Ansharyani Conducts Research on Smallholders’ Adaptation to Climate Change in Indonesia

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I established my own non- governmental organization (NGO) concerned with environmental education in Sumbawa Indonesia where I manage several marine and forest conservation projects. I decided to do my PhD to help me better develop my projects for the people in the Island where I live. I am now writing my dissertation about smallholders’ adaptation to climate change.

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Geography Knows No Boundaries

 

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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    Department of Geography-Rutgers University
    Lucy Stone Hall
    54 Joyce Kilmer Avenue
    Piscataway, NJ 08854-8045
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