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Geography

Geography

Geography is the study of human and physical landscapes on the Earth’s surface. Geographers ask questions such as: How will climate change affect human activities and health? Why do receding glaciers and sea ice affect global sea levels and how do we measure the effect? Why do socio-economic and political structures shape people’s lives around the world?  Learn more about Geography.

Urban Studies

Urban Studies

Urban Studies is a broad interdisciplinary program designed to provide an integrated understanding of the social, political, economic, environmental and cultural processes that shape urban life. Urban Studies scholars ask questions such as: Why do people live in cities? Can homelessness be eliminated? Does public art reduce crime rates? Learn more about Urban Studies.

Earth Science

Earth Science

Earth Science is the study of the materials that make up the Earth and the natural and human processes that shape the landscape. Earth Scientists ask questions such as: What are the processes that shape our physical environment? Are environmental issues caused by natural systems or human society?  Can a multidisciplinary approach to studying the Earth solve climate problems? Learn more about Earth Science.

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