Some recent undergraduate papers from the GEOG 419 course have been added to cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository!

“Given the diverse nature of geography, our teaching and research are inherently interdisciplinary and we seek to integrate the natural sciences, the humanities, and the social sciences. We offer courses in a wide range of geographical specializations at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These extend from postcolonial perspectives to process-oriented scientific inquiry including GIS for spatial analysis and modelling.”

To catch a glimpse of Geography’s undergraduate students by the numbers for the 2010/2011 academic year, see the undergraduate statistics as seen in Geography’s recent newsletter:

Human Geography – Majors: 231 / Honours: 15 / Minors: 15 /

Environment and Sustainability – Majors: 156 /

Physical Geography – Majors: 47 /

Music and Geography – Double Major: 1 /

Did You Know?

Currently, there are about 540 geography theses and dissertations in cIRcle. To find them, go to the Advanced Search screen in cIRcle and select ‘Program ETD’ from the drop-down menu under ‘Search type’ and then type ‘Geography’ into the ‘Search for’ box.

Above excerpt in italics, statistics and image are courtesy of the UBC Geography departmental website

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