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Geography Speaker: Jennifer Taylor, The Brooklyn Strategist

via Zoom

Building worker’s power: Workers united at Brooklyn Strategist  Jennifer Taylor is a worker-organizer at the board game cafe Brooklyn Strategist. In late 2023, workers at Brooklyn Strategist joined those at […]

Sponsored by: Dean of the College

Geography Speaker: Adam Kader, Arise Chicago Worker Center

via Zoom

Building Worker's Power: Workers' Centers and the Future of the Labor Movement Arise Chicago partners with workers and faith communities to fight workplace injustice through education, organizing, and advocating for […]

Sponsored by: Dean of the College

Geography Speaker: Wiranta Ginting, Asia Floor Wage Alliance

via Zoom

Building Worker's Power: Asia Floor Wage Alliance Wiranta Ginting is an organizer and labor rights educator, who has worked with trade unions, small grassroots NGOs and worker-led organizing programs in […]

Sponsored by: Dean of the College

Practicing Geography & GIS Week Present: Alumni Connections

via Zoom

Alumni Connections: Applying Geographical Knowledge & Learning About Life After Clark How does one transition from undergraduate to professional? How does one build a professional network? How can students best […]

Geography Colloquium: Sage Ponder, Florida State University

via Zoom

Financing Reparative Urbanism in Detroit and Puerto Rico In recent years projects geared toward promoting urban resilience have been at the forefront of innovations in climate change governance and disaster […]

Geography Colloquium: Catherine Nakalembe, University of Maryland

via Zoom

NASA Harvest Africa Program: Advancing the Use of Earth Observations and Machine Learning for Agriculture Monitoring for Food Security in Africa Global food security is predicated on identifying sustainable production […]

NASA Develop Internship Info Session

via Zoom

Learn more about the NASA Develop Internship program!

Sponsored by: Career Connections Center

GSG Colloquium Speaker Series: LaToya Eaves, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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LaToya Eaves, assistant professor of geography at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will present “‘Urgent Care’: Revisioning Power and Place through Black Museums,” part of the Graduate School of Geography Colloquium Speaker Series. 

Sponsored by: Graduate School of Geography