Welcome to the AAG Disciplinary Data Dashboard!
The AAG collects a considerable amount of data on geography and geographers. This resource provides access to disciplinary data from six major sources:
The membership form for joining the AAG (or renewing membership) acquires a wide array of data about the make up of the AAG membership, including data on gender, race/ethnicity, educational background, and employment. Although it is optional to supply this data, a high proportion of people do so thus the AAG has a large dataset which is updated annually.
Every year the AAG collects data from geography departments in colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. This information includes details about undergraduate and graduate programs, types of degrees offered and degrees granted, numbers of majors, student and faculty demographics, faculty salaries, student assistantships, and professional development activities.
The AAG collects a variety of data annually on geographers in the U.S. workforce. This section features a collection reports summarizing the most recent findings as well as long-term trends on geographers in the workforce, along with the results of special surveys administered by the AAG on faculty salary characteristics and job placements for recent geography graduates.
The AAG conducts occasional and special surveys to collect data on topics and issues relevant to the discipline. These surveys yield important data not found elsewhere and highlight the many proactive activities the AAG has undertaken over the past two decades to provide data on key issues affecting the discipline.
The AAG has held annual meetings every year since the Association's formation in 1904 apart from a couple of wartime disruptions. Longitudinal data is available on the host locations, number of attendees, number of sessions and papers presented, and Presidential Addresses. You can also browse past programs of recent meetings.
The Archives of the AAG are held at the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. Data contained in the archives includes a full set of AAG Council reports and minutes, records of past AAG Annual Meetings, back copies of AAG journals, and back copies of AAG Newsletters. During 2016-2017 the archives are being fully digitized, after which the catalog will be available for browsing.
Use the menu on the left to explore AAG data and summary reports in each of these categories.
Use the menu on the right to search by theme for data, reports, and other resources produced by AAG and external organizations.
Use the search bar in the upper right corner of the page to find a specific topic or item.
Use the keyword index to browse and find specific topics. All of the keywords and topics in the index are hyperlinked.
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