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West Point Geography Program

EV203 Terrain Walk Best Honors Theses 2013 Geomorphology Field Trip, 2013
Cadets in EV203 (Physical Geography) study glacial landforms from Trophy Point.
CDTs Cody Ikkala and Harrison Green were recognized as having the best honors theses in the Geography Program for the Class of 2013. Also pictured are Geography Program Director LTC Andy Lohman and Dr. Amy Krakowka, Honors Program Advisor.
CDT Alicia Dotson, USMA '13, discusses her honors work on indigenous populations in Taiwan with LTG David H. Huntoon, Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point on Projects Day, 2013.
Cadets enrolled in Geomorphology learn about field work on a trip to Schunemunk Mountain in Orange County.

Class of 2018
Ready to really understand the world? The Geography Program has two great majors, Human Geography and Environmental Geography that will change the way you look at human and physical environments. For information, contact your Dirt P, LTC Lohman, Dr. Malinowski, Dr. Krakowka, or any member of the Geography Faculty. To learn more, see our intro brochure here for a quick overview or visit our Majoring in Geography page for more detailed information. Please make an appointment or swing by and talk to any faculty member in the Department for a copy of the course catalog or to discuss a specific program. We'll be more than happy to sit down with you and explain your options. We have a program in Human Geography and Environmental Geography and each has an Honors Program as well.
Faculty Highlights
June 2013: The Geography Program would like to offer best wishes to LTC Joe Henderson, who is retiring this summer. Joe has been a great educator in the Department and we wish him the best.





Cadet Highlights

24 May 2013: Congratulations to CDT Harrison Green, the 2013 winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society Award for the Top Geography Grad. The award was presented by COL(R) Roger Donlon, a 1964 Medal of Honor recipient.