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News / Events : Colloquia Series Spring 2011

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.

The Easter Day El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake:
Could This Happen in San Diego?

January 28

Dr. Thomas Rockwell
Professor of Geology
San Diego State University


Indian Women Working in Call Centers:
Sites of Resistance?

February 4

Dr. Doreen Mattingly
Associate Professor of Women's Studies
San Diego State University


The Future of GeoComputation

February 11

Dr. Keith Clarke
Professor of Geography
University of California, Santa Barbara


The Science Exchange Program

February 25

Katherine Comer Santos
Director, The Science Exchange
San Diego State University


Spatial Pattern and the Analysis of Primary Healthcare Data:
Evidence from the UK NH

March 4

Daniel Lewis
Visiting Scholar, Geography
University College London


The Power of Pixels:
Using GIScience to Understand Global Health

Albert Johnson Distinguished Professor Award Lecture
March 11
3:00pm
AL 201

Dr. John Weeks
Distinguished Professor of Geography
San Diego State University


Drug Wars and Psychonauts:
The Geography of Illegal Drugs

March 18

Dr. Jonathan Taylor
Associate Professor of Geography
California State Univerity, Fullerton


Human Rights Activism and “Remembering in Place”
in Contemporary Buenos Aires

March 25

Dr. Fernando Bosco
Associate Professor of Geography
San Diego State University


Food Justice and Action Research

April 8

Dr. Keith Pezzoli
Director of Field Research and Lecturer,
Urban Studies and Planning Program,
University of California, San Diego


Caminando con Fe (Walking with Faith):
Promotoras Advocating for Built Environmental Changes
to Promote Physical Activity among Churchgoing Latinas

April 22

Dr. Elva Arredondo
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Public Health
San Diego State University


Three Glimpses of the River:
Arts-science Collaboration, SiteWorks and Place-Making on the Shoalhaven,
South Eastern Australia

April 29

Dr. Leah Gibbs
School of Earth & Environmental Sciences
University of Wollongong, Australia


To be Announced

May 6

Dr. Yuki Hamada
Research Associate
Environmental Science Division
Argonne National Laboratory


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