Department of Geography

Prof Tavi Murray: one of the University’s Great Minds

Tavi

Professor Tavi Murray is a world authority in glaciology, head of Swansea's glaciology group, and a deputy Pro Vice Chancellor at Swansea. In 2007 Tavi was awarded the Polar Medal by the Queen for outstanding service to polar research. Tavi is at the forefront of research that informs the debate on one of the most pressing issues of our time: climate change. Read more

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Prof. Pete North in the news

Pete North

Scientists from the Geography department, in research carried out with NASA, have found that the Amazon is not as green in the dry season as researchers previously thought, because a trick of the light skews the satellite images.

Professor Pete North is one of the authors of the research paper published in the latest issue of the scientific journal Nature. More

Welsh-medium provision for students

Our Geography courses will prepare students for a rewarding career in a wide range of areas within the public and private sectors. Geography graduates typically find employment in the fields of the road and transport systems, statistics, surveying, exploration, film and documentary production, charity work, journalism and academic research. The ability to communicate scientific topics through the medium of Welsh is a key skill required by increasing numbers of employers, and Swansea University is perfectly situated to take advantage of this.