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AAG 2016 San Francisco Themes
Plan your AAG annual meeting schedule around the strong themes offered this year helping to focus discussion and provide a fresh, engaging structure to the program.
Oct. 29 Deadline is Approaching
Submit your abstract and register soon for the AAG 2016 San Francisco annual meeting, March 29 - April 2, 2016. Edit your abstract anytime before Feb. 18.
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A New Journal Is Here!
The inaugural issue of
, the AAG’s new interdisciplinary scholarly journal, is now available with free access online and the print edition coming soon.
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New Issue Available Now
Volume 3, Issue 4 is now available featuring reviews of
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AAG Grants & Awards
Inspired by a geographer, student, faculty or colleague? Nominate them for an AAG Award. There is an abundance of opportunties for honoring special people.
Give Back: Be a GeoMentor
Join the nationwide network of GeoMentors helping teachers introduce GIS and associated geographic concepts into classrooms across the country.
AAG at the Forefront of Geography Education Change
by Sarah Witham Bednarz
Call for Papers: Symposium on Physical Geography: Challenges of the “Anthropocene”
Call for Papers: International Geography and Urban Health Symposium
Call for Participation: Thriving in a Time of Disruption in Higher Education
Mona Domosh’s Past President’s Address on Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place
On-site Childcare Available for 2016 Annual Meeting
Call for Participation: AAG Geography Careers Events
Progress Towards ESEA Reauthorization
Join the expanding network of GeoMentors
AAG Statement in Defense of Academic Freedom at the University of Wisconsin
Explore geography programs with the new interactive map
The new AAG Guide is now available
Harm J. de Blij Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Geography Teaching
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