Geography is the science of place, space, and environment
Each place on earth is distinguished by a unique mix of natural resources, cultural practices, and economic and political systems. Geographers study what makes each place unique, and the connections and interactions between places.
With its highly ranked graduate and undergraduate programs, Clark University is one of the best places in the world to study Geography. As an undergraduate or graduate student, you will have an opportunity to work with nationally and internationally known faculty to examine why places are different, how those differences shape how we live, and how we in turn shape our environment. Learn more about why Clark is a great place to study geography.
2014 Wallace W. Atwood Lecture
The Graduate School of Geography's 2014 Atwood Lecture featured Professor Richard Alley, esteemed Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences, in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State University, and PBS host. Professor Alley presented "Learning While Burning: An Optimistic View of Energy, Environment, and Our Future" on Thursday, March 20th at 7:00 PM in Tilton Hall. View the event announcement.
Watch the lecture here via Livestream
Earth Transformed + 25 Anniversary Symposium
View William C. Clark's powerpoint presentation here: From The Earth Transformed by Human Action to Sustainability Science
This year's Albert, Norma and Howard '77 Geller Endowed Lecture, titled "From Earth Transformed to Sustainability Science", is in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of The Earth Transformed by Human Action Symposium. William C. Clark will lecture, wi