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Weekly Newsletter Archive

Each week, the Communications team in the Department of Geography sends out the "Graticule Weekly" newsletter to students, staff, and faculty on current affairs in the department and on campus. Please use the clickable links below to view our archive of newsletters by release date and headline, with the first "Graticule" newsletter sent out on September 17, 2021.

2022

  • May
    • May 6 - "Join us for Geography's Graduation Celebration!"
  • April
    • April 29 - "The Savannah Harbor Expansion Project"
    • April 22 - "Undergraduate Honors & Awards Recipients"
    • April 15 - "Earth Week is next week!"
    • April 8 - "Undergraduate Honors & Awards Ceremony"
    • April 1 - "New dataset created allows researchers to study housing unit change and suburbanization since 1940"
  • March
    • March 25 - "One year following the killer EF-4 Newnan tornado"
    • March 18 - "Research meteorologist and first African American male to receive Ph.D. from the Geography department, Dr. Marcus Williams"
    • March 11 - "White House science office held first event on countering climate change denial and delay"
    • March 3 - "Making historic data about segregation, redlining, and real estate more useful and accessible: Using HOLC maps"
  • February
    • February 25 - "Giving Voice to Linnentown"
    • February 18 - "Hydroclimate change in the Garhwal Himalaya, India at 4200 yr BP coincident with the contraction of the Indus civilization"
    • February 11 - "Atmospheric Sciences alum recognized for contributions to Operation Allies Welcome" and "Meteorological influences on anthropogenic PM2.5 in future climates: Species level analysis in the community earth system model v2"
    • February 4 - "New covariance flux tower in place on Sapelo Island" and "Forest Transformation in the Wake of Colonization: The Quijos Andean Amazonian Flank, Past and Present"
  • January
    • January 28 - "Teaming for interdisciplinary research pre-seed program: Convergent mountain science"
    • January 21 - "New research on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic upon employment and inequality in the Mediterranean EU"
    • January 14 - "Geography and student success in STEM fields: Effects of locale on access to work-related experiential activities"
    • January 7 - "Welcome Back!"
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