If you are interested in pursuing your MA or PhD in Geography with a focus on globalization, governance networks, corporate responsibility, international trade, green cities, or a related area, feel free to contact me. Here you will find examples of past student research projects.

PhD - Name (Year), Dissertation Title, Current position:
Samarth Joseph (2011), The effects of remittances on Haiti's local economic development and the factors that motivate New York Haitian migrants to participate in the remittance economy, President/founder, Espoir International Youth Program, Inc., Westbury, NY.

Daniel Tschopp (2009), Assessing the viability of corporate social responsibility reporting as a governance mechanism for future trade agreements, Associate Professor of Accounting, Saint Leo University, Saint Leo, FL.

MA - Name (Year), Project Title, Current position:
Jordan Bonnano (2012), Continental 1 - The Development of a highway and an idea.

Nathan Abbott (2011), Measured behaviors: An exploratory quantitative investigation into the strategies of environmental NGOs.

Lauren McCarthy (2011), American small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and the opportunities and barriers in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), The Binational Alliance, Buffalo, NY.

Matthew Coty (2010), The relationship between political decisions and FDI in the Russian energy sector.

Damian Harris (2010), SME growth constraints - Southeast Asia.

Jason Tempera (2008), Information sharing in a multinational distribution network, Logistics Planning Supervisor, Canon USA.

Dr. Trina Hamilton
Department of Geography
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14261-0055
Telephone: (716) 645-0482
Fax: (716) 645-2329
E-mail: trinaham at buffalo dot edu
Trina eats geography for breakfast
118 Wilkeson Quad
PhD (Geography), Clark University, 2006.
BA (Geography and English Literature), University of British Columbia, 1998.