Associate Fellow monthly meet - July

[Cancelled] Join our monthly networking event for Associate Fellows, putting you in touch with early career professionals from across the world of geography.

GIS for Fieldwork and the NEA

[In-person] This workshop for secondary school geography teachers, led by Esri UK, will provide an insight into using ArcGIS for fieldwork and the NEA.

Geography and history - together stronger, but separate…?

[Online] Supporting planning in primary geography and history to strengthen links between the subjects and amplify learning.

ArcGIS for secondary geography teachers

[In-person] This workshop for secondary school geography teachers, led by Esri UK, will provide an insight into using ArcGIS in the classroom. It is suitable for beginner and intermediate users.

Bodmin Moor field day

[In-person] Join Colin Buck, senior archaeologist from Cornwall Council for a field day exploring the industrial archaeology of Minions Moor.

Earth Photo: Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest

[In-person] Come and see a stunning selection of the shortlisted images from this year's Earth Photo competition.

Making an application for Chartered Geographer - introductory webinar

[Online] Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.

Earth Photo: through the lens

[In-person] Join us for a sociable viewing of the Earth Photo exhibition, with welcome drinks, conversation and discussion from organisers, judges and winners.

Making an application for Chartered Geographer - introductory webinar

[Online] Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.

British Society for Geomorphology Annual Meeting

[In-person] The 2022 edition of the British Society for Geomorphology’s Annual Meeting will take place from 5-7 September.

Earth Photo: Dalby Forest

[In-person] Come and see a stunning selection of the shortlisted images from this year's Earth Photo competition.

Geography for all: Project overview

[Online] This free online session is a chance to hear more about the Geography for all project, working with colleagues and organisations across the geographical community to help address equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the subject.

Online secondary geography teachmeet

[Online] In this online session, we will be asking geography teachers to share their ideas and innovations with the teacher community.

Teaching about sustainability

[Online] Partnered with Camps International, the session will explore what we really mean by sustainability in 2022, what it looks like for our students and how we develop our ability to teach it.

Teaching about conflict

[Online] Conflict can be a difficult topic to cover in the classroom. This session will help to answer many questions that you might have by looking a a range of case studies.

Chartered Geographer virtual coffee morning

[Online] Join our Chartered Geographer coffee morning to meet and network with other Chartered Geographers.

Stretch and challenge in geography

[Online] In this session, we will explore what we really mean by 'stretch and challenge' and how to implement and plan for a successful stretch and challenge.

Chartered Geographer Assessor forum

[Online] Members of the Chartered Geographer Assessors Committees are invited to attend the forum to discuss best practice, feedback and their perspectives regarding professional accreditation and assessing.

December Associate Fellow online meetup

[Online] Join our monthly networking event for Associate Fellows, putting you in touch with early career professionals from across the world of geography.

Earth Photo: Grizedale

[In-person] Come and see a stunning selection of the shortlisted images from this year's Earth Photo competition.

Featured image: Paul/Adobe Stock

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