Geography

Department of Environment and Society

Geography is the study of the relationships between human society and the physical environment. Geography involves everything from environmental studies and human impact on the environment to the availability and location of the earth's resources to the physical processes that occur at the earth's surface and the spatial interactions among society and the physical environment.

There are two areas of emphasis offered as majors:

Program Resources

Melanie Conrad

Melanie Conrad

Academic Advisor/Program Coordinator (MNR)

Quinney College of Natural Resources

Phone: (435) 797-3375
Office Location: NR 122
Dr. Peter Howe

Dr. Peter Howe

Associate Professor

Environment & Society

Phone: (435) 797-9457
Office Location: NR 218
Dr. Claudia Radel

Dr. Claudia Radel

Department Head | Professor

Environment & Society

Phone: (435) 797-0516
Office Location: NR 104A