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Career Counseling

A major in geography may lead to a career in cartography, environmental analysis, physical geography, regional analysis, urban and regional planning, or to work that requires some combination of geographic subfields.

Professors in the Department of Geography provide career counseling. For general questions, see the undergraduate coordinator. For career counseling, see these professors:

Atmospheric Science

Donna Tucker, 417 Lindley; David Braaten, 413C Lindley; Nate Brunsell, 214A Lindley; Shawn Milrad, 413A Lindley; David Mechem, 230 Lindley; Kees van der Veen, 203 Lindley

Cartography

George McCleary, 219 Lindley; Terry Slocum, 215 Lindley; Margaret Pearce, 404 Lindley

GIS

Xingong Li, 409 Lindley; Terry Slocum, 215 Lindley; George McCleary, 219D Lindley; Stephen Egbert, 217C Lindley; Jerome Dobson, 214 Lindley

Human and Cultural Geography

Pete Shortridge, 209 Lindley; Garth Myers, 201 Lindley; Chris Brown, 223 Lindley; Peter Herlihy, 202 Lindley; Shannon O’Lear, 219B Lindley; So-Min Cheong, 221 Lindley; Barney Warf, 219C Lindley; Jay Johnson, 402 Lindley; Margaret Pearce, 404 Lindley

Physical and Environmental Geography

William Johnson, 420 Lindley; Johannes Feddema, 204 Lindley; Kees van der Veen, 203 Lindley; Dan Hirmas, 415A Lindley

Regional Geography and Area Studies

Chris Brown, 223 Lindley; Shannon O’Lear, 219B Lindley; So-Min Cheong, 221 Lindley; Peter Herlihy, 202 Lindley; Garth Myers, 201 Lindley; Pete Shortridge, 209 Lindley; Jay Johnson, 402 Lindley

Remote Sensing/Environmental and Land-Use Analysis

Stephen Egbert, 217C Lindley; Jerome Dobson, 214 Lindley

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