Students in GEOG 110 (Intro to Physical Geography) use the Augmented Reality Sand Box to study landscapes. "In GEOG 110, it is often a student’s first time thinking of geography as a physical science," said Geography Professor Liz Ridder. "By the end of the semester, I hope students learn to look at the landscapes around them in a different way, to continue to question how landscapes are formed, change over time, and our relationship to those processes." Professor Ridder also teaches GEOG 450: Parks and Protected Area this Spring semester. In Fall 2019, she'll teach GEOG 120: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and GEOG 310: Climate Change and Life in the Anthropocene.
Dr. Elizabeth Matthews has accepted appointment to the position of interim dean for
the College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences, effective August
Congratulations, Dr. Matthews, and Welcome!
By Margaret Chantung
The California State University Board of Trustees has appointed Ellen J. Neufeldt, Ed.D., to serve as the next president of California State University San Marcos. Neufeldt currently serves as vice president of student engagement and enrollment services for Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.