Montana State University

Geography candidates to speak March 29 through April 9 at MSU

March 28, 2012 -- MSU News Service

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BOZEMAN -- Four candidates for the position of assistant professor of geography at Montana State University are scheduled to give seminar talks from March 29 through April 9.

Tim Baird from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will speak on "Conservation as Disturbance: Economic Diversification and Social Networks in Northern Tanzania" at noon Thursday, March 29, in Cheever 214.

Ryan Bergstrom from Kansas State University will speak on "Sustainability in Amenity-based Communities of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem" at noon Monday, April 2, in Gaines Hall 243.

Molly Boaka-Cannon from University of Nebraska, Lincoln will speak on "Exploring the Role of Space in Structured Environments: Implications for Human Behavior and Experience" at noon Wednesday, April 4, in Cheever 212.

John All from Western Kentucky University will speak on "People, Mountains, and Climate Change - Buildings Bridges through the AAC Climber Science Program" at noon Monday, April 9, in Gaines Hall.

Evelyn Boswell, (406) 994-5135 or evelynb@montana.edu