A new map by Stewart Scales reconstructs the social landscapes of Southwest Virginia prior to European arrival.
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Eranga Galappaththi co-authors research published in Nature Climate Change.
Geography honored as University Exemplary Department!
Eranga Galappaththi is appointed assistant professor focusing on social dimensions of coastal studies, indigenous communities, and climate change.
Tick maps: Merging epidemiological data with technology. Korine Kolivras applies geographical expertise and geospatial tools to study the spread of Lyme disease.
Alum Jason McVay, “Spatial isn’t special. It is essential.”
Warmer mountaintops, wetter coasts.
Lynn Resler and Anamaria Bukvic investigate how climate change affects both the natural world and the communities where we live.
Virginia Tech meteorology students journey to the Great Plains.
Opening the door to geospatial technology.
Santosh Rijal introduces students from an array of majors to geographic information science.
Check out Virginia Tech’s meteorology program on the local news.
Students scale new heights during Rocky Mountain field course.
Julie Burger is Advisor of the Month.
Tim Baird and family live with students in the Creativity and Innovation District Living-Learning Community.
Ken Stiles shares his 9/11 story.
Dave Carroll observes “winter in summer”.
Double major Collin Rogers joins the WVVA weather team.
Isaiah Moore named 2021 Outstanding Senior for the College of Natural Resources and Environment.
Tim Baird’s surprising findings about wrong number phone calls in Tanzania.
Marching to a different forecast: Ben Sheppard is The Marching Virginians’ first official weather forecaster.
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