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Student Research Opportunities

B.A. Geography and B.S. Environmental Science majors are encouraged to enhance their academic experiences by conducting original research under the guidance of Geography faculty.  Student research may be presented at local, regional, or national professional meetings or, perhaps, get published in The Geographical Bulletin--the journal of Gamma Theta Upsilon the International Geographical Honor Society.

 

Tianna Andrews Left: Sophomore BS Environmental Science-Geography major Tianna Andrews presenting her poster titled Assessment of Mid-Atlantic Atmospheric Instability 2003-2102 at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, April 2017.  Tianna's work was conducted under the guidance of Dr. Michael Davis.
Shana Rose Left: Geography Major, and graduate, Shana Rose presenting her poster titled Temperature and Precipitation Variability Effects on Texas Agriculture at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, April 2017.  Shana's research was conducted under the guidance of Dr. Michael Davis, and Dr. Richard Courtney.
Nina Schnyder Left: Environmental Geography minor Nina Schnyder presenting her poster titled Climate Variability in the Lehigh Valley at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, April 2017.  Nina's work was conducted under the guidance of Dr. Michael Davis.
Kaleigh Cunningham Left: Environmental Geography minor Kaleigh Cunningham presenting her poster titled Thunderstorms and Excessive Heat in Southern Pennsylvania at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, April 2017.  Kaleigh's work was conducted under the guidance of Dr. Michael Davis.
Kaili Soisson Left: General Studies major Kaili Soisson presenting her poster titled Extreme Cold Temperatures and Snowfall in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the Annual Meeting of the American Assoication of Geographers, April 2017.  Kaili's work was conducted under the guidance of Dr. Michael Davis.
Rebecca Kovalick Left: Senior Environmental Science-Biology major Rebecca Kovalik presents her poster titled Analysis of Aerosols and Cloud Cover Over the Midwestern United States 'Warming Hole' at the 2014 Annual Fall Dinner Meeting of the Delaware Valley Geographical Association in West Chester, PA.  Her poster prepresents premliminary results of research she is performing with Dr. Michael Davis of the Department of Geography.
Photo of Caitlin Del Roccili poster presentation Left: Freshman Geography major Caitlin Del Roccili presenting her poster titled Analysis of Midwest Climate Variability on Corn Production, at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 2014.
Photo of Aaron Brouse poster presentation Left: Senior Geography Major Aaron Brouse presenting his poster titled Analyis of Cloud-Albedo Feedback on the Central United States, at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 2014.
Photo of Victoria Trucksess poster presentation

Left: Sophomore Environmental Science-Geology major Victoria Trucksess presents her poster titled, Analysis of Summer Climate Variability on Midwest Corn, at the annual meeting of the Middle States Division of The Association of American Geographers held in Buffalo, New York, October 2013.