GEOG*2260 Applied Human Geography
These projects are the work of GEOG 2260 Applied Human Geography students from Winter 2021. This course is a qualitative research methods course where students were tasked with utilizing a number of research techniques to define and discuss the following prompt: “What is _____ Geography?” This group project was done entirely online and in addition to exploring the subdisciplines in depth, students were required to learn new communication tools.
Dr. Amanda Hooykaas
Economic Geography: Laiken Cronkright, Maddison Tawse, April Torkopoulos
Health Geography: Karina Italiano, Karina Martins, Ishav Mehta, Meghan Young
Urban Geography: Jordan Aiello, Kaya Moore, Antonio Spadafora
Social Geography: Hawi Abdureman, Sara King, Aden Morton-Ferguson, Cilliers Van Heerden
Rural Geography: Jordan Anderson, Amy Nevills, Ted Nichol, Alanna Wyllie
Population Geography: Joshua Baxter, Caitlyn Harrington, Adam Kelly, Kirsten Ross
Historical Geography: Robin Hounsell, Joshua Priebe, Abigail Tetlow
Political Geography: Jena-Lee Ashley, Jackson Doublas, Eric Klassen
Environmental Geography: Alyssa Hoga, Jonah Kevan, Amber Lavictoire, Amalia Lukezic
The projects presented here were created by students at the University of Guelph as part of an undergraduate course in the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics. The reports included here are not peer-reviewed and are not intended to reflect the aims, objectives or policies of The University of Gueph or the Department of Geography, Environment & Geomatics, any level of government or any external organizations that may be referenced in these projects. While we strive to educate the students on making their files AODA compliant, they do not necessarily meet this compliancy standard.