The $500 annual award is funded by the generosity of Maryann Macinko is named after George Macinko, who taught in the Geography Department for more than thirty years. Dr. Macinko taught a variety of courses with a particular emphasis on conservation and environmental studies, and with his wife has been very active in the local community. This award is given each year to a junior who has done well in classes and displays the potential to become a lifelong geographer.
Congratulations are extended to the following students who have received an award:
John Stimberis’ office looks nothing like that of a typical state employee. Sure, there’s an ancIt’s More Than Maps: Geography Awareness Week November 13-19
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