To me personally geography is understanding
the world and how we fit into it. It’s looking at people’s
relationship with the environment. This can be through a cultural perspective,
a physical perspective, even economic. When you think of geography you think of
maps, roads … you know your GPS. But it’s really not about location.
It’s more about place. The people, the culture, the religion
that makes a space a place. You have so many different minds within
the Geography Department … studying everything from border disputes
to cores in Antarctica. The different backgrounds are so – (laugh) – huge range.
That’s the beauty of it it. It gets you outdoors – not just like in the
class, lectures, studying – it’s hands-on. It’s learning through experience. I think it’s the opportunities for me. Geography just gives you so many opportunities. It opens the door up to many new opportunities
in an actual real career. Geography degree is for anyone. Oh I highly encourage anyone interested to check it out! To maybe email a professor. Come on campus. Yeah. See what you find. You might you might really like it.