Ryerson Geography Works !
As a geographer, your challenge is understanding the relationships among people, environment, location, and distance. The most effective tool of your trade is Geographic Information Systems (GIS), which allow you to search, map and analyze data for an intelligent comprehension of economic, social, urban and environmental issues. If you would like a career-oriented education that will give you the expertise to influence public policy and corporate strategies, and to help achieve sustainable development and improve standards of living, the Geographic Analysis program is the right choice.
News and Announcements
Congratulations to our Geographic Analysis student Michael Morrish, a recipient of the Dennis Mock Student Leadership Award 2013. The Dennis Mock Student Leadership Award recognizes a student who has made outstanding voluntary extracurricular contributions to their Program Department. For a full list of recipients, please [click here]
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.
[Read more] about research and publications completed by Geography faculty members.
The GEO 773: Field Studies trip to Germany/Austria/Italy will take place from September 13-22, 2013. It is designed to expose students to a range of issues particular to these countries and regions. [Click here] to learn more about the course.