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Faculty Research

Congratulations to Dr. Wayne Forsythe, the recipient of a Faculty Service Award, and Dr. Claus Rinner, the winner of a Faculty Scholarly, Research and Creative Activity (SRC) Award. All recipients will be acknowledged at an upcoming awards ceremony.

Upcoming Events

Geographic Analysis Preview Day

This event will give you a chance to meet the faculty, students and alumni; learn about our one-of-a-kind undergraduate program, see our state-of-the-art facilities and find out how Geography Works.

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News & Announcements

Geographic Analysis Program Preview Day 2014

We will be hosting our annual Geographic Analysis Program Preview Day on Saturday, April 26th. You'll get a chance to meet the faculty, students and alumni; learn about our one-of-a-kind undergraduate program, see our state-of-the-art facilities and find out how Geography Works. For more information about our event or to register, please [click here] Come and see what we are all about! 

Alumni recognized for Excellence

The Joint Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario Division (CAGONT) / East Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers (ELDAAG) 2013 Annual Meeting was held from October 25-26, 2013 at the Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. Current Master of Spatial Analysis (MSA) student and Geographic Analysis alumni Colleen Middleton received a Master’s Presentation Award for her presentation:

“The Use of GIS Analysis to Delimit a Protected Area of Old-Growth Red Pine Forest in Wolf Lake, Temagami, Ontario, Canada”

She was also the recipient of the undergraduate paper award in the student paper competition.

Congratulations Colleen!

Geographic Analysis Student Makes a Splash with Global Flight Maps

A graduating Geographic Analysis and incoming Master of Spatial Analysis student, Michael Markieta, is making a splash in the UK and North-American media with his beautiful maps of global flight connectivity. The Toronto Star picked up the map images and noted “Ryerson student produces stunning images of every flight in the world. Our highly interconnected world becomes apparent in a project mapping all the flight paths on the planet”. [Read more] about this project.