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MyCOE / SERVIR Global Fellowship Program

MyCOE SERVIR Capstone Fellows with Dr. Rajiv Shah, USAID Administrator, Washington, April 2014 MyCOE / SERVIR Global Fellowship Program: 2012-2014 The MyCOE / SERVIR Global Fellowship Program is a partnership between the AAG’s MyCOE program and the NASA SERVIR program, a collaborative venture among the NASA Earth Science Division Applied Sciences Program, USAID, and worldwide…
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Jenny Lunn Joins AAG Staff as Senior Researcher

Lunn The AAG recently welcomed Jenny Lunn to the staff in Washington DC. Jenny has spent most of the last ten years working for the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers in London where she was involved in a variety of roles spanning the Society’s work in education, higher education and public…
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AAG Welcomes New IT Director Colleen Dougherty

The AAG is pleased to announce that Colleen Dougherty has joined the AAG staff as Information Technology Director at the association’s headquarters in Washington, Colleen has extensive experience working with nonprofit associations similar to the AAG, including American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and the Society of the Plastics Industry. She has strong expertise…
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Happy Trails to Departing AAG Staff

The AAG toasts and wishes well to former staff members Greg Osburn and Patricia Solis. Greg is moving on to the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers in Washington, , and Patricia has accepted a position with Texas Tech University. We wish them both well in their new jobs and thank them for their great contributions…
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AAG Seeks Interns for Spring, Summer, and Fall Semesters

The AAG seeks interns on a year-round basis for the spring, summer, and fall semesters. Interns participate in most AAG programs and projects such as education, outreach, research, website, publications, or the Annual Meeting. The AAG also arranges for interns to accompany different AAG staff on visits to related organizations or events of interest during…
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Ansel Lundberg Interns at AAG for Fall Semester

Ansel Lundberg is a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of California, Santa Barbara working on a in geography and English. His interests include geographic information systems, urban and transportation geography, and environmental literary criticism and theory. After graduating, he is interested in living and working in an American city for a few years, and eventually…
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AAG Seeks Information Technology Director

The Association of American Geographers (AAG) has an immediate opening for the position of Information Technology Director, to be located at the AAG’s central office in Washington, DC. We seek an individual with strong computer hardware, software, and database skills, who can manage the AAG’s advanced IT systems and software. The IT Director will also participate…
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Brandon Katz Interns at AAG for Fall Semester

Brandon is a junior studying Science, Technology, and Society at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Intrigued by both the natural and social sciences, he chooses to focus his studies around the relationship between the two realms and is interested in how the use of technology might promote a more amicable correspondence between the them for…
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Journal of Industrial Ecology: Call for Papers Special Issue Linking Local Consumption to Global Impacts

The Journal of Industrial Ecology is pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue on Linking Local Consumption to Global Impacts. For the full call for papers, please go to:  Globalization increases the interconnectedness of people and places around the world through markets, flows of capital, labor, services, information, and human migration. Goods and services…
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College Board Seeks Readers for Its Advanced Placement Program

The College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program is recruiting high school teachers and college faculty to serve as readers for AP Human Geography at the June 2015 on-site reading event. Readers will evaluate and score AP students' test responses ensuring that high school students receive AP grades that accurately reflect college-level achievement in a specified discipline. AP Reader…
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Identifying Transformative Research in the Geographical Sciences: A Workshop

Many of the central challenges of the 21st century are tied to place-based changes as populations move, natural resources are depleted, and climate shifts. Research in the geographical sciences is essential to monitoring, analyzing, and preparing for these changes. This public workshop will examine transformative research and other changes within the geographical sciences. For example,…
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Hannah Deindorfer Interns at AAG for Summer Semester

Hannah Deindorfer is a senior at Michigan State University pursuing a in Geography with a double minor in Geographic Information Systems and English. Her areas of interest include geographic education and human and environment interaction, with a focus in agriculture, ecology, and tourism. After graduation, she is interested in working on research projects for a government…
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