Department of Geography

Department of Geography

Hopkinson the U of L's second CAIP Chair

A dedicated researcher and teacher with advanced capabilities in geomatics, water and forest resources, Hopkinson adds to the University's capacity as a leader in remote sensing technology and its applications

Tennant, Johnson on Venture Top 50 list

A former University of Lethbridge president and a U of L alumnus who parlayed his geography studies into a satellite imaging company with worldwide influence are among Alberta Venture Magazine's 50 Most Influential People in the province for 2012.

Kulig study a blueprint for recovery

Health sciences researcher Dr. Judith Kulig has studied the effects of wildfire events on rural communities and how people not only learn to cope with tragedy but often emerge stronger than before

Water research makes WISE step

The U of L formalizes its established reputation as a world leader in water research by creating the Water Institute for Sustainable Environments (WISE)

Geography students take city hall

A team of Geography students recently received a high-profile lesson in public affairs by presenting their research to Lethbridge City Council.


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