Geography Department Senior Capstone Presentations

1:00 PM  - 4:30 PM
Tuesday Dec 3, 2013
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center 215

All are welcome to attend the public presentation of senior capstones in Geography. Students in Comparative Environment and Development begin presentations at 1:20 pm.

Nathan Schachtman, “Science, Policy, and Desertification: Evaluating the Recent Amendments to the UNCCD”

Justine Decker, “The Value of Origin in the Wine and Coffee Industries: Geographical Indications and their Potential Impacts on Small Costa Rican Coffee Farmers”

Michelle Einstein, "Unraveling the International Secondhand Clothing Trade."

Students in Political Economy of Urban Sustainability begin presentations at 3 pm.

Becca Cohen, “Unraveling the Paradox of Sustainable Urban Development: The Unfinished Story of the High Line”

Jessica Klion, “Bridging the Gap: The Story Behind How Downtown Dallas Built a New Backyard”

Jess Jones, “A Comparing Analysis Project: The Three Pillar Concept in Action”

Josie Ahrens, “Right to the City and the Implementation of Boston’s Roxbury Strategic Master Plan”

Aryssa Burton, “Inclusivity and Just Sustainable Development at Mueller in Austin, Texas”

Aaron Brink-Johnson, “Miami 21: Urby Fully Loaded”


This event is for: Students, Staff and Faculty

Sponsored By: Geography

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