FALL 2022 | FEATURED STORY
Geographic Mobility as a Civil Right
In July, UT hosted a residential summer institute for K-12 educators from across the US, funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities grant. Participants explored the history of the Civil Rights movement through geographic mobility, highlighting the central role of migration, transportation, and travel and tourism in structural racism and the fight for African American freedom and self-determination.
WINTER 2020 | FEATURED STORY
Veronica Allen (’20) helped create a global map for a project launched to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. (And how taking GEOG 420: GIS in the Community played a part in helping her do it.)