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Plan a Poster for AAG 2016
There's still time to register and present your poster at the AAG annual meeting in San Francisco. Three engaging topics are planned this year.
AAG 2016 Offers Childcare
The AAG is again making an investment to provide full-time, professionally-managed and staffed onsite childcare services for the 2016 annual meeting.
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.
A New Journal Is Here
The inaugural issue of
, the AAG’s new interdisciplinary scholarly journal, is now available with free access online until the end of January.
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Update Your Email Address
The AAG election will take place Jan. 11-Feb. 4, so members should update their email address with the AAG in order to receive a SimplyVoting email.
Undergraduate Education: Let's Pay Attention
by Sarah Witham Bednarz
Judith Butler To Give Plenary Talk at AAG Annual Meeting on March 29, 2016
David Lowenthal To Speak at AAG 2016 in San Francisco
Mona Domosh’s Past President’s Address on Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place
Don't Miss AAG Geography Careers Events at the Annual Meeting
AAG Seeks Help Desk Technician
Featured Themes for AAG 2016 San Francisco:
International Geography, GIScience, and Urban Health Theme
Physical Geography: Challenges of the “Anthropocene” Theme
Thriving in a Time of Disruption in Higher Education
Campbell W. Pennington
Progress Towards ESEA Reauthorization
Harm J. de Blij Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Geography Teaching
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