Protecting, conserving, and managing natural resources is a vital 21st century challenge, both here in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Our majors have found important and interesting jobs managing shellfish habitat, studying salmon predation, and even photographing wildlife. See a list of job titles and employers for our graduates here. There is more information about geography careers available from the Association of American Geographers here. Open the link and look under “Physical Geography” and “Environmental Geography” for ideas.
If you are interested in a career in biogeography, we suggest you choose the following advanced courses:
Read an update of recent activities in the Department of Geography. Letter from the Chair, Dr John BGeographer Honored For A Lifetime Of Achievement
Emeritus faculty member George Macinko was honored as the College of the Sciences Faculty/Staff of tGeographer Speaks To Rotary Clubs About ISIS
On February 5, 2015, Elaine Glenn spoke about the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to a Rotary