Environment. People. Places. Mapping.
Geography provides a solid foundation for working in an interconnected world.
We use the latest technologies in environmental sampling, global positioning, satellite imagery and spatial data analysis to research the distribution of human and physical processes across the Earth.
Graduates find careers in land use and transportation planning; wildlife and habitat conservation; wildland fire management; international affairs; intelligence; economic and supply chain analysis; energy management, and the dot-com industry.
Central Washington University Professor of Geography Elvin Delgado has been named as the new CollegeIn Memoriam: Dee R. Eberhart
Professor Emmeritus of Geography Dee R. Eberhart, passed on May 22, 2022. He taught at Central WashiCongratulations, 2022 Graduates!
Check out the poster listing all the 2022 Geography, CERM, IEM, and PUPO graduates.