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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

Stories about our Faculty

Gil Pontius to teach digital map-analysis overseas

Clark professor awarded Fulbright to instruct scientists and scholars

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Professor navigates time zones to study Pacific climate

Geographer’s research explores severe droughts and wildfires

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In Memory of Dr. Roger Kasperson ’59

Former Clark Graduate School of Geography faculty member Roger Kasperson...

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Distinguished Career Award for 2021 to Jody Emel

Jody Emel has been awarded the Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty ...

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Geographer: Trees do not always cool the planet

Researchers find some US forests add to global warming

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Clark geographer earns transportation board honor

Susan Hanson recognized for leadership and service

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Nature turns to Prof. Williams for expertise

Ecologist's research subject of media coverage

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Media turn to Professor Frey for Arctic expertise

Arctic Report Card depicts damaging effects of rising temperatures

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Development threatens tropical forests

Report: Rural communities, biodiversity at risk

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Williams co-authors major study on global warming

Research highlights natural solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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Book delves into ‘Governing Extractive Industries’

Clark scholars work with colleagues in Africa, Latin America

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Economic Geography rises in rankings

Journal has been published at Clark since 1925

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