Sam Chambers

Associate Campus Colleague, Geography, Development & Environment, University of Arizona

Sam Chambers (PhD) is an associate campus colleague with the University of Arizona’s School of Geography, Development & Environment. Dr. Chambers’ research focuses on the spatiotemporal patterns of border crosser mortalities and bodily responses to extreme environments. He integrates physical geography, human physiology, and mathematical models in his work to better understand the mechanisms of border militarization.