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About National Geographic on Campus

National Geographic On Campus is a series of programs designed specifically for university audiences. Our goal is to give students the tools they need to become leading changemakers by connecting them with National Geographic’s community of explorers—photographers, scientists, storytellers, and educators. These multiday science and storytelling events, developed in collaboration with each participating institution, are geared to both graduate and undergraduate students from across the university.

This program offers universities the opportunity to partner closely with National Geographic, which in turn creates a unique chance for students to imagine a future in science, communication, filmmaking, education, and more!


Old Cabell Hall, March 1-2, 2019

Old Cabell Hall, March 1-2, 2019  

This two-day program—Environmental Resilience—will feature dynamic talks by National Geographic Explorers, UVA faculty, and local thought leaders as well as a full day of hands-on workshops to amplify what is being taught in the classroom.

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    Photograph by Antonio Navarro