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Uploaded on Apr 25, 2011

"Dirt made my lunch," sings sophomore Amy Mellor. She's sitting in a circle of 4-year-olds who have just made kale soup from vegetables grown in their garden. Mellor, a UA geography student, interns at the Ochoa School five mornings a week. "This has far surpassed any expectations that I had for my college experience," she says. "This is exactly how I want to be learning." There's a lot more to geography than mapping and GPS. The holistic discipline traces back to the ancient Greeks, exploring both the social sciences and physical sciences. At the University of Arizona, the School of Geography and Development has a unique focus on social justice. More bold moves at http://www.arizona.edu.

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