Recent News

Christine MacKrell Interns at AAG for Summer Semester

Christine MacKrell recently completed her bachelor of arts in geography from the University of Mary Washington where she also majored in political science and completed a certificate in geographic information systems. She will be attending George Washington University in the fall working toward a master of science. Her geographic research focuses on race and place,…
Continue Reading »
Recent News

Meredith Stone Joins AAG Staff as Public Policy and Outreach Specialist

Meredith Stone has joined the AAG staff as Public Policy and Outreach Specialist at the Washington, headquarters. She recently completed her Master of Arts in Geography at Ohio University. There, she served as a teaching assistant for Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Mapping Sciences and also as a research assistant for the Baltimore Ecosystem Study,…
Continue Reading »
Annual Meeting

See the Highlights from AAG 2017 Boston

Whether you want to reminisce or just see what you missed, check out our retrospective of the the special events and sessions from the AAG 2017 annual meeting in Boston. The annual meeting hosted more than 9,000 geographers ... Read about the Highlights Each year, AAG recognizes students, faculty, and professionals for their accomplishments and contributions ... Read about the Awards…
Continue Reading »
Annual Meeting

Save the Date: AAG 2018 New Orleans

Mark your calendar for the AAG Annual Meeting in New Orleans on April 10 to April 14, 2018. We invite you to organize and participate in sessions, panels, field trips, events, and activities. The Call for Papers will open in July 2017. The AAG Annual Meeting often hosts more than 9,000 attendees and features more than 6,000 presentations,…
Continue Reading »
Association News

Updated AAG Schedule for the March for Science

Updated AAG Schedule for the March for Science We invite and encourage AAG members to attend the March for Science in Washington, or in satellite events around the globe this Saturday, April 22. We have updated the schedule below to include the just-released list of speakers. Saturday Schedule of Events 9:00 am – 6:30 pm:…
Continue Reading »
Publications

The International Encyclopedia of Geography is Here

The AAG and an international team of distinguished editors and authors announce a new major reference work for Geography: The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. Available as an online resource and as a 15-volume full-color print set published by Wiley, this is an invaluable resource for libraries, geographers, GIScientists, students and academic departments around the globe.…
Continue Reading »
Annual Meeting

AAAS Director Rush Holt To Discuss ‘Advancing Science in the Public Arena’

Rush D. Holt, , chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), will deliver a featured talk, "Advancing Science in the Public Arena," at the AAG Annual Meeting in Boston on Thursday, April 6, 11:50 - 1:10  in Room 103, Third Level, of the Hynes Convention Center. Holt is a Phi Beta…
Continue Reading »
Annual Meeting

AAG 2017 Boston Featured Theme — Mainstreaming Human Rights in Geography and the AAG

AAG 2017 Boston — Featured Theme Mainstreaming Human Rights in Geography and the AAG This special theme will feature 50 sessions with more than 250 presentations at the intersection of human rights and geography and will build on the AAG’s decade-long initiatives in this area. Speakers from leading international human rights organizations, academia, government, and…
Continue Reading »
Annual Meeting

AAG 2017 Boston Special Policy Events — The 2016 U.S. Elections: Implications for Geography and Beyond

AAG 2017 Boston — Special Policy Events The 2016 Elections: Implications for Geography and Beyond This series of sessions will focus on analysis and research on the 2016 election, and what the results may mean for geography, the nation, and our planet.   This special track features the session, “The 2016 Elections: Implications for Geography…
Continue Reading »