Thirtieth International Geographical Congress Award
The Society offers five grants of up to £750 to assist with the cost of attending an international conference.
The conference must be organised by a geographical organisation, association or union affiliated with, or a member of, the International Council of Science (ISCU) or other such similar international organisation.
Priority will be given to early career researchers presenting papers and seeking to cover travel expenses, although help with conference fees, accommodation, and maintenance costs will also be considered.
31 October 2016 and 22 February 2017
Thirtieth IGC Grant guidelines (PDF)
30th IGC Application Form (MS WORD)
Code of Practice for the Grants Programme (PDF)
2014 Thirtieth International Geographical Congress Award recipients
Dr Gemma Catney (University of Liverpool)
8th International Conference on Population Geographies; Ethnicity and Segregation session. Papers: Mixed Metros England and Wales: Towards and enhanced understanding of the complexities of segregation, mixing and diversity; The Geographies of Country of Birth and Ethnicity in the UK, 1971-2011. Unpublished conference paper.
Dr Julie Durcan (University of Oxford)
XIX International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress 2015. Paper titles: Changing Holocene palaeohydrology and civilisation in the Indian subcontinent, and; DRAC: dose rate and age calculator for trapped charge dating. Unpublished conference paper.
Dr Sarah Mills (Loughborough University)
Nordic Geographers Meeting. Youthful lived citizenship: imagined politics and political imaginations. Paper title: '#generationcitizen: the politics and performance of National Citizen Service in the UK'. Unpublished conference paper.
Dr Stephanie Mills (University of Plymouth)
XIX International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress 2015. T17 Mountain Glaciation. Paper titles: The application of a glacier modelling approach to determine variations in the extend of the Kilimanjaro ice cap and the associated climatic implications, and; The cold climate geomorphology of the Easter Cape Drakensberg: A re-evaluation of LGM past climatic conditions. Unpublished conference paper.
Dr Richard Williams (Aberystwyth University)
Gravel Bed Rivers 8: Bedload transport quantification. Paper title: Quantifying the morphological evolution of two contrasting gravel-bed river restoration schemes. Unpublished conference paper.
30th International Geographical Congress Award recipients 2009-2013 (PDF)