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Faculty in the Graduate School of Geography are prolific scholars. They are called to serve on professional boards and commissions, they publish widely in peer-reviewed journals, and their research has been featured in the media and in publications on and off campus.

Below, read stories from the University’s ClarkNow news hub and other sources featuring our faculty’s research, scholarship, and accomplishments. Our Geography Newsletters also include information about faculty news and accomplishments.

The week after the centennial celebration, Harriet Chandler had GSG Director, James McCarthy, back on her show, the Chandler Chat, for a two-part conversation about climate change in Massachusetts, along with MA State Senator Michael Barrett, who is the chair of the MA state senate committee in charge of energy and climate issues. He has been a real leader on climate issues in MA for decades, and is deeply connected with all of the relevant policy actors and institutions in the state. Part 2

Utopian problems

Why designing ‘perfect’ cities spurs conflict

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Professor leads chapter of 5th National Climate Assessment

Abby Frazier notes climate impacts on Hawai‘i and Pacific Islands

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Conference at Clark puts new center ‘on the map’

Center for Geospatial Analytics brings academic, industry leaders to campus

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New Center for Geospatial Analytics to host global workshop

’We need to design our adaptation strategy to this changing climate’

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Clark becomes founding member of PLACE

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‘A climate change signal in everything we see’

Geographer explains the perfect storm of conditions leading to Maui fires

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Deforestation in the Amazon: a bellwether for human health

Study: Protecting Indigenous lands can save $2 billion in healthcare costs

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What can this bird tell us about the health of habitats?

NAS recognizes Prof. Sangermano’s ecoacoustics research

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Rodents, deforestation, and disease: Is there a connection?

Geographer mapping scenarios for rainforest destruction vs. restoration

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