MSU Scholar Emilio Moran Discusses Innovative Interdisciplinary Work Focused on Off-grid Hydropower in Brazil

World-renowned social anthropologist Emilio Moran has studied and published in tropical agriculture, social science, ecology, economics, and, most recently, earth observations from satellites. Moran is a John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor with the Department […]

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Chen Co-Authors Book Enabling International Audience a Detailed Exploration of China’s Grassland Ecosystems

Jiquan Chen of the Center for Global Change and Earth Observations (CGCEO) and the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences at Michigan State University, has joined several scholars in publishing the first in […]

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Grant Will Support Native American Breastfeeding Initiative in Michigan

Congratulations to Angie Sanchez, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences, on the award of “Native American Breastfeeding Initiative Embracing Culture,” a grant from the Michigan Health […]

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Ana Rivera Named Diversity Torch Recipient

Ana Rivera

Congratulations to Ana Rivera on being recognized as a Diversity Torch recipient this month from the College of Social Science. Rivera is a graduate student in Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences who is committed to improving urban environments through the use of geospatial science.

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Elissa Slotkin Seeking Federal Funding for MSU-led Work on Systemic Inequalities

Dr. Joe T. Darden

U.S. Representative Elissa Slotkin, a Democrat who represents the 8th district, is interested in seeking federal funding for research spearheaded by MSU Geography Professor Joe T. Darden that was disseminated on an annual basis between 1984-1993 in a report known as the “State of Black Michigan.”

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Alan Arbogast and Kevin McKeehan Participate in Multi-Phased Research to Understand Michigan’s Dynamic Coastal Dunes

Photo Credit – 1905, National Park Service

In conjunction with the Michigan Environmental Council, the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences, and the Department of Community Sustainability at Michigan State University recently concluded a phase of […]

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MSU Geography Faculty Contribute to Book about Landscape Dynamics Across Central Asia

Important research about the drylands of the greater Central Asia region by several professors in the Michigan State University Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences has recently been featured […]

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