Please join us during the week of April 14-20 for PRACTICING GEOGRAPHY WEEK – a week full of career-focused events specifically for undergraduate students interested in Geography, Global Environmental Studies (GES), and Earth System Science (ESS)!
Practicing Geography week was developed to give our undergraduate students a chance to explore various career and graduate school options, while also gaining opportunities to network with some of our faculty, current graduate students, and alumni from our programs.
Each day of the week we will be hosting events that will be open to any undergraduate student interested in Geography, GES, or ESS. Please find the attached poster listing all of the events that will be taking place starting on Monday, April 14, ending with a weekend field trip to New York City!
A summary of the events is as follows:
Monday, April 14
- Drop-in Info Session (Lurie Conference Room, Noon-2:00 PM)
- Trivia Night (Jefferson 218, 8 – 10 PM)
Tuesday, April 15
- Map Library Tour (Map Library – Geography Building Basement, 1:30-2:30 PM)
- Main South Treasure Hunt (Meet in Red Square, 5 – 7 PM)
Wednesday, April 16
- Departmental Undergraduate Awards & Honors Ceremony (Lurie Conference Room, 3 – 4 PM)
- The Peter Condakes Panel on Work (Grace Conference Room, 4 – 6 PM)
Thursday, April 17
- PRACTICING GEOGRAPHY TALK by alum Susan Sharp, BA ’08 (Winton Dining Hall, 6 – 7:30 PM)
Friday, April 18 – Sunday, April 20
- Field trip to New York City! (Leave at 7:45 AM Friday, return by 5:30 PM Sunday)
(please email Professor Mark Davidson for more information about this trip)
We hope to see you at these events!
If you have any questions, please contact CUGA President Michelle Andrews.