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Georgina is a MA/doctoral student in the department of Geography. She holds her B.S. in Environmental Science and Health from the University of Southern California and an A.S. in Environmental Science from Bunker Hill Community College. Georgina is a first-generation Lebanese American and college graduate. Her previous research with Harvard University was ecological work that investigated the cooperative behavior of ants. 

Her current research interests are in climate change, gender inequality, health, and migration particularly in the context of the Middle East. Georgina currently studies the relationships between climate change and women's health in the SWANA/Middle East region. She is a FLAS fellow through the Center for Middle East and Islamic studies and will utilize her skills in Arabic for research and community engagement. 


Research Interests

  • Climate Change
  • Gender Inequality
  • Health
  • Middle East
  • Migration


Clark Gray