Faculty involved in offering courses in the Geography degrees (part of the Trent School of the Environment) are engaged in a broad spectrum of research ranging from population aging, community development and borderland issues to work on polar regions, atmospheric processes and water resources. The research intensive nature of our work provides many value-added opportunities for undergraduate students to get involved as research assistants, while offering outstanding training for graduate students and post-doctoral associates.
Recent Media Profiles
Defining Our Borders: From Fences to Bridges - H. Nicol
Aging Communities' Challenges get a Serious Look - M. Skinner
Visit the Trent School of the Environment's Teaching and Research Facilities web page for a description of our world-class research facilities.