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The Marston Lecture in Geography was established in 2015 by Geography alumnus Richard A. Marston (M.S. ‘76, Ph.D. ‘80). The Marston Lecture was created to bring national and international scholars who have made important contributions in the areas of geographic inquiry to OSU.
May 19, 1 p.m.
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Lecture: When agronomy flirts with markets, gender and nutrition: A political ecology of the new green revolution for Africa and women’s food security in Burkina Faso
Speaker: William Moseley, DeWitt Wallace Professor of Geography, Macalester College
May 5 – watch the recording
Lecture: Understanding flood risk from space: Opportunities to adapt to changing risk and catalyze climate justice
Speaker: Beth Tellman, Assistant Professor, School of Geography, Development, and Environment, University of Arizona
April 7– watch the recording
Lecture: Linking food security, climate change, and urbanization across Africa
Speaker: Cascade Tuholske, Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, Montana State University
See information about the other Geography and Geospatial Sciences Seminars during the Spring 2023 term.
Richard A. Marston is a University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography at Kansas State University. He served as the 102nd President of the Association of American Geographers from 2005-06. He is an Emeritus Co-Editor-in-Chief of the journal, Geomorphology. The American Institute of Hydrology first certified Marston as Professional Hydrologist #488 in 1984. Marston is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geographical Society, Explorers Club, Geological Society of America, and Royal Geographical Society. The Association of American Geographers recognized him in 2003 with the Ronald F. Abler Distinguished Service Honors.