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  • Sedimentation fieldwork at the McCrady Base in Columbia

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My Geography is the information resource page for current geography faculty, staff and students. If you have any questions, please contact us at 803-777-5234.

Upcoming Events and Announcements

Flach receives fellowship

Grad student Jessica Flach was recently announced as the winner of the Walker Institute's  Donald J. Puchala Graduate Fellowship. The fellowship is awarded to graduate students whose research projects focus on international relations theory or international institutions. Congratulations, Jessica!

Thornton receives dissertation award

Grad student Jill Thornton has been selected by the AAG's Political Geography Specialty Group  to receive this year’s Alexander Murphy Dissertation Enhancement Award  for her research on evangelical and missionary geopolitics. Way to go, Jill!


DeBoom honored

Meredith DeBoom was named one of the 2024 McCausland Fellows. The McCausland is the most prestigious faculty fellowship for early-career faculty in USC's College of Arts & Sciences. Congratulations, Meredith!

Department graduate teaching awards

The winners of the department teaching awards have been announced:  
Christopher Long, Department of Geography Teaching Assistant Award, 2023; and Michelle Harris, Department of Geography Graduate Instructor Award, 2023. Congratulations, Chris and Michelle!


Harris honored for her leadership

Geography grad student Michelle Harris was announced as the 2023 winner of the  Dean’s Award for Excellence in Leadership by the Graduate School. Way to go, Michelle!


Hiscox wins Mungo award

April Hiscox has joined Meredith DeBoom, Conor Harrison, and Gregory Carbone as a winner of the Michael J. Mungo Award for Undergraduate Teaching. Congratulations, April!

Geographers score at Discover USC

Geography students and geography-mentored students won a number of awards at the poster competition at the university's showcase this April

Geographers assess SC dune health

Professor Jean Ellis and Ph.D. student Michelle Harris talk about how they measure the impact of a hurricane on a renourished beach.


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Photo: Sedimentation fieldwork at the McCrady Base in Columbia; Michael Hodgson.


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