AAG Annual Meeting: Tampa 2014

Join the Association of American Geographers at the AAG Annual Meeting in Tampa, April 8 to April 12, 2014, for the latest in research and applications in geography, sustainability, and GIScience. The AAG Annual Meeting is an interdisciplinary forum open to anyone with an interest in geography and related disciplines. All scholars, researchers, and students…
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Late-Breaking News Session on the Crisis in Ukraine

“Crisis in Ukraine: Background and a Report from Kyiv” will feature an up-to-date and informed presentation on current events in Kyiv from urban-social geographer Roman Cybriwsky of Temple University. Cybriwsky knows the scene well, and has authored “City of Domes and Demons,” an upcoming book on contemporary Kyiv. This late-breaking news session will be held…
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“Publishing for Non-Native Speakers of English” Sessions at AAG 2014

Publishing in English journals is important but challenging for many non-native speakers of English. The AAG has put together two panel sessions at the 2014 AAG Annual Meeting that focus on the issues and challenges non-native speakers of English face when they attempt to publish their work in Anglo-American journals. Editors of the Annals of the Association…
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Add the AAG Exhibit Hall to Your Meeting Agenda

The AAG Exhibit Hall will include over 60 exhibitors featuring the latest tools in teaching, field research, graphic applications, computer modeling, and data collection and analysis. Learn about the most recent technical advances in the field, including cartography, GIS, and GPS. You’ll also be able to view geography-related textbooks and publications while meeting with publishers.…
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Indigenous Peoples Group Offers Travel Scholarship for AAG 2014

The Indigenous Peoples Travel Scholarship provides $300 for travel, accommodation and/or registration expenses related to attending the AAG Annual Meeting. The competition is open to Native American, American Indian, Native Hawaiian or Native Alaskan graduate or undergraduate students or community members. Separate awards are available for undergraduate students, graduate students and community members. Applicants must…
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