For a half century, the Department of Geography has hosted Coffee
Hour, the longest-running speaker series at the University of Minnesota and among Geography Departments in the United States.
On Friday afternoons, Geography students and faculty, other colleagues from throughout the University, and visitors gather to hear the speaker, exchange ideas, and enjoy a snack with colleagues.
Fridays at 3:30pm (Coffee and Cookies at 3:15)
John S. Adams Community Room
445 Blegen Hall, unless noted otherwise
A World in Pieces: Fragmentation and the Funda-mental Influence of Landscape Structure on Forest Ecosystems
Stories we tell ourselves: Twin Cities Poverty
Risk in the Anthropocene
Global Warming and 21st Century Drying
Land Cover Classification using Image Objects and Lidar
Muddying the Waters: Co-authoring Feminisms Across Scholarship and Activism
Do Revolutions Always Disappoint?
Transforming the United Nations System: Designs for a Workable World
From the U.S. South to the Global South: Practicing Development at Home
L-110 Honeywell Auditorium, Carlson School