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News / Events : Archive : Colloquia Series Fall 2010

The colloquia series welcomes speakers from across the campus and the world to discuss their research.

All colloquia are scheduled at 3:30pm in Storm Hall 337 most Fridays during the semester unless otherwise noted.

Case studies in Mountain Gorilla Conservation
in Southwestern Uganda

September 10

Dr. Peter Scull
Associate Professor of Geography
Colgate University


Water Vapor Isotopes and its Application in Hydrological Cycles

September 17

Dr. Chun-Ta Lai
Assistant Professor of Biology
San Diego State University


Health Disparities Project

September 24

Dr. Brian Finch
Professor of Sociology
San Diego State University


New Approaches for Exploratory Space-Time Analysis (ESTDA)

The Getis Lecture
October 1
3:00pm
West Commons 220

Dr. Sergio Rey
Professor of Geography
Arizona State University


Variance-Based Global Sensitivity Analysis
of Land Use Spatiotemporal Dynamics

October 15

Dr. Arika Ligmann-Zielinska
Assistant Professor of Geography
MIchigan State University


The Border Puzzle:
Results of Yugoslavia’s Disintegration and EU Integration Processes

October 22

Dr. Anton Gosar
Professor of Geography
University of Primorska, Slovenia


The Other Side of the Line: Children's Border Representations

November 5

Dr. Norma Iglesias
Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies
San Diego State University


Spatial Data Analysis in ArcGIS

November 12

Dr. Mark Janikas
Research Scientist
ESRI


The Archaeology of Legend in San Diego

November 19

Dr. Seth Malios
Professor and Department Chair in Anthropology
San Diego State University


Participatory Mapping of Human Coastal Activities in Hawaii

December 10

Dr. Arielle Levine
Regional Coral Reef Social Scientist
NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program

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