The Founders Seminar is the Geography and Environmental Studies Departmental Seminar series. Speakers are invited to present to an audience of students and faculty with an interest in Geography (human and physical) and Geomatics. The seminar is usually biweekly and starts a few weeks after the beginning of the term.
We start with a meet and greet usually in Room Loeb A220 by 14:30; light snacks are provided. Talks of around 40 minutes are followed by questions. Later, we often go to Mike’s place (campus bar) to continue discussions.
The name “Founders Seminar” was chosen around the year 2000 to honour the founding members of the relatively young department: those who were present from the 1950s and those who were part of the major growth cycle in the late 60s and 70s. These individuals started the Department and later formed the base for its application for the Ph.D. degree.
Special Founders Seminar
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018: Martin Cuitzeo Dominguez N, Ph.D Student at the Anthropology Center for research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology. Title: “The Tehuacan archaeological site and its relations with the landscape”
We look forward to seeing everyone back for a new seminar schedule in September!