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If there is one thing that elementary school students around the world can agree on, it’s the wonderful feeling of hearing the recess bell. After quietly sitting and learning in class, it signals freedom to run, laugh, and play with friends, usually outside in the fresh air.

From past October 25th to November 3rd, the Honor students from GEOG 2250H: Resources, Society, and the Environment experienced the innovated flipped classroom approach when they engaged in Reacting To The Past (RTTP) to simulate the events at Copenhagen, for discussions of global climate change…

COVID-19 is a global pandemic but has a particular geography to it, differentially affecting people and places. Recent research, co-led by Professor Andrew Herod in the Geography department, explores the pandemic's impact upon labor markets in the Mediterranean European Union (EU) countries.

Within a transdisciplinary framework, the Andean cloud forest belt was appraised and recommended into a new ecoregion of its own: the Andean Flanks.

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