MDP faculty and students begin new project in Arizona and Mexico

02/12/2018 - 13:38
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MDP student Cecy Cuevas (second from left) and MDP faculty Dr. Stephanie Buechler (second from right) in Zacatecas, México, for a meeting with collaborators on the project "Women, Natural Resource-Based Livelihoods and Renewable Energy: Toward Improved Synergies in Arizona and Zacatecas, Mexico. 

 

 

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Climate scientists work with communities in Guatemala: Video featuring the research of SGD faculty member Kevin Anchukaitis

02/09/2018 - 11:24
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SGD faculty Dr, Kevin Anchukaitis has been working in the highlands of Guatemala to improve understanding of climate history and variations using tree rings.  His team includes people from the local community who speak about the collaboration in this video.

https://research.arizona.edu/stories/video-climate-scientists-work-communities-guatemala

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SGD Colloquium-Dr. Rashad Shabazz

The Hidden Geography of the Minneapolis Sound

Dr. Rashad Shabazz
School of Social Transformation
Arizona State University

Abstract:  The talk will examine the social and spatial production of the Minneapolis Sound (the music that Prince made famous) from the mid 19th century until the mid 1970s. Through migration, political economy, public school policy and housing, this talk will show that the Minneapolis Sound was not the creation of one genius but rather the byproduct of social conditions.

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Fri, 01/26/2018 - 15:30

SGD Special Forum

Please join the School of Geography and Development this Friday, October 20th for a special forum on Dismantling White Supremacy in Our Classrooms and Communities.

This week's SGD Colloquium will be conducted as a hybrid panel/moderated forum. After an initial conversation with our invited speakers, members of our student body, faculty, and community are welcome share ideas about how to better support equity and diversity in Tucson through maintaining engaged and safe learning spaces on campus.

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Fri, 10/20/2017 - 15:30

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