31 January 2023
Exploring England’s top nature reserves, their rich history and their place in our future nature. Dagmar has spent the last 15 years working with national nature reserves and today she leads the development of the national nature reserves series across England.
Organised by the South regional committee.
Featured image: Dagmar Junghanns
[In-person and Online] What can objects tell us about Antarctic history? Jean presents some of his favourite Antarctic objects from a new book co-authored with Dr Daniella McCahey.
6 February 2023
[In-person and Online] Since the dawn of civilization, we have kept time – but why? Hear how clocks have been used throughout history to wield power, make money, govern citizens, and control our lives.
27 February 2023
[Online] This session aims to support students in making the right choices for them when choosing both a university and a geography course.
29 March 2023
[Online] A four-week accelerator for those eligible for Chartered Geographer to focus your efforts in preparing your application portfolio.
1 June 2023
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