Geography is recognized for both its physical, environmental, cultural, and technical attributes. The physical realm examines the Earth’s dynamic systems and landscape evolution while the environmental realm focuses on human interaction with the constantly changing forces of nature. The cultural realm examines human health, demographics and economics.
"After graduation I am thinking about applying to graduate school and pursuing a PhD. My ideal career would involve monitoring and conserving marine ecosystems through the application of GIS."
– Mike Desjardins
Do you love maps and the great outdoors?
Geospatial technologies, including GIS, remote sensing, and computer mapping, are vital tools in geographic research.
Are you interested in geopolitics, economic development, environmental impact, and regional planning?
Geography examines the Earth through the lens of human-environment interaction. Geography is recognized for both its physical, environmental, cultural, and technical attributes. The physical realm examines the Earth’s dynamic systems and landscape evolution while the environmental realm focuses on human interaction with the constantly changing forces of nature. The cultural realm examines human health, demographics and economics. More about Program Overview
Geography faculty are known for their accessibility to students (beyond regular office hours) and distinction in teaching and research. More about Department Faculty
Read stories from current KSC Geography students and alums. Learn about the breadth and depth of knowledge and experience gained in the geography program and applied in the real world. More about Student Profiles
March 1, 2018 –
On Tuesday, February 12, 2018, geography students presented their original research on the millennial and student housing markets in Keene at a Keene City Council meeting at City Hall. Mark Landolina ’18, Kevin Salina ’18, and Kathryn Van Veen ’18, geography majors working with faculty mentor Dr. Christopher Cusack, completed…
January 26, 2018 –
Three geography majors, working with faculty mentor Christopher Cusack, coordinated with staff at the Keene City Planning and Parks and Recreation departments during the fall semester on a real-life project to look at ways signage contributes to navigating the city on foot, in motor vehicles, and on bicycle.
January 25, 2018 –
How “green” are the transportation options in and around Keene, New Hampshire, and how likely to succeed are new green options?
Those are the key questions that three Keene State geography majors, working with Professor Christopher Cusack, aimed to answer during the fall 2017 semester through a collaborative research project…
June 15, 2017 –
“Experience, travel – these are as education in themselves,” claimed Euripides, way back around 400 BC. And his sentiment is certainly reflected today in the experiences that such Keene State professors as Jo Beth Mullens and Christopher Cusack create for their students. Last semester, they took a group of 17…
December 22, 2016 –
A group of Keene State senior geography majors went underground, in a manner of speaking, during the fall semester. For a capstone course led by Dr. Lara Bryant, they took on a request to help out the Chesterfield, New Hampshire, Historical Society with a cellar hole mapping project.
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