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AAG 2022 Annual Meeting in New York City: image of New York City skyline with Statue of Liberty in foreground

Friday, Feb. 25 - Tuesday, March 1

Hilton - Midtown   |   Sheraton - Times Square

The conference will feature more than 6,000 presentations, posters, workshops, and field trips by leading scholars, experts, and researchers. Attendees including geographers, GIS specialists, environmental scientists, and other leaders will share and discuss the latest in research and applications in geography, sustainability, and GIScience. With thousands of different papers and presentations scheduled throughout the conference, you’ll find no shortage of activities that reflect your specific interests within the field of geography. 

In addition to visiting this page, watch for weekly annual meeting Geogram emails and check Facebook, and Twitter for meeting updates later in the summer.

 

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REGISTRATION FEES

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To register a spouse/companion or as a K-12/educator/student, contact meeting@aag.org.

Want to convert your in-person registration to virtual? Switch any time prior to the first day of the conference and receive a full refund for the difference in fees. Cancelling entirely? Refer to our 2022 Registration Cancellation Policy for more information. Virtual Registrations are non-refundable.

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DEADLINES AND SUBMISSIONS

The AAG accepts all submitted abstracts and organized sessions for presentation. The registration fee must be paid prior to abstract submission. You may only submit one abstract for presentation and be a panelist in one panel session. If you opt not to submit an abstract, you may be a panelist twice. There is no limit on how many sessions you may organize.

Sep 9: Early Bird Registration Deadline

Oct 19: Paper Abstract Submission Deadline

Nov 4:  Paper/Panel Session Organizing Deadline

Jan 6: Poster Abstract Submission Deadline

Jan 11: Poster Session Organizing Deadline

Jan 13: Abstract/Session Editing Deadline

Learn more about guidelines for abstracts and sessions to help you make the most of your presentation.


SCHEDULE AND PROGRAM

Themes

Each year the AAG President, in consultation with the Executive Director, identifies themes for the annual meeting to help focus discussion and provide a fresh and engaging structure to the conference program. Due to the extraordinary circumstances during the pandemic, we have retained the four themes established in 2020 and 2021 with an additional new theme for 2022.

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Jobs & Careers Center

The Jobs & Careers Center will feature dozens of sessions on careers and professional development for geographers. It is a central hub for students, job seekers, and other meeting attendees to learn from professional geographers, network with one another, and develop strategies for finding employment in geography-related occupations.  

If you are interested in organizing or participating in a session, activity or event related to careers and professional development, please see our Call for Participation. For best consideration, please submit your information by November 4, 2021.

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Exhibit Hall

New this year — visit the AAG 2022 exhibit hall taking shape ahead of arriving in New York City! Explore in real time which companies and organizations are exhibiting, then plan to visit your favorite vendors to find out what they’re offering. Plus, discover new exhibitors you haven’t met yet!



GET INVOLVED

There are many ways to get involved in the upcoming annual meeting beyond presenting research or participating in a session. Become a sponsor, exhibitor or advertiser, work as a conference assistant to offset your registration fee, involve a non-geographer, serve as a career mentor, or pursue one of the many other opportunities to bolster your participation.


ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSION

The AAG works to create an Annual Meeting that is accessible to all. This includes reasonable accommodations as specified by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). AAG and its conference venues ensure mobility access within all session and conference rooms.

An accessibility request question is available during the registration process and can also be sent to accessibility@aag.org. If possible, please make accommodation requests no later than one month prior to the meeting. This provides both the AAG and its contracted facilities lead time for ensuring optimal access, e.g. contracting with sign language interpreters. 

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Enrichment Fund

AAG is pleased to announce the return of the AAG Enrichment Fund. This year, the fund is enhanced to welcome applications from geographers, non-geographers, and students. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial support to those who would benefit from attending the annual meeting, but would be unable to do so without the financial support. Applications will be considered on a competitive basis on the following criteria:

  • Purpose and/or goal in attending the annual meeting
  • How attending the annual meeting will benefit the individual
  • How the individual will enrich the annual meeting
  • Participation in the annual meeting
  • Outside support/funding being received (i.e., expenses or registration costs that are being paid by a university, company, organization, or other entity)

The priority deadline for applications is November 4, 2021. Applications received after this date will be considered on a rolling basis as funds are available. Read on for more information and email meeting@aag.org with questions.

AAG Policies

We strive to create a professional and safe environment for all during AAG events. As part of this effort, we require all attendees to read our policies, so that they can agree to the questions during the registration process.

Review our policies

 

Land Acknowledgment

Lenape Center logo with a leafWhat is now known as Manhattan is on the ancestral land of the Lenape People, who continue to endure and care for the land throughout the Northeast, as well as in the diaspora caused by colonial oppression, genocide, and forced displacement. In holding our 2022 annual meeting on this land, AAG acknowledges our responsibility to contribute to its care and to support the sovereignty and tenure of the Lenape People and all Indigenous Peoples. Visit the Lenape Center online.