We’re excited to announce that our 2022 Annual International Conference will be held at Newcastle University between Tuesday 30 August and Friday 2 September 2022.
Our Annual International Conference promotes the importance of international collaboration in geography within research, scholarship, teaching and field science, and welcomes over 2,000 delegates.
Dr Sarah Evans, Research and Collections Engagement Manager at the Society, said: “Our conference brings together researchers from around the world to share their research, network with colleagues and discuss the pressing issues of our time. We are really delighted to be bringing the annual conference to Newcastle in 2022. We know both the university and the city will be welcoming hosts, and we are keen for our delegates to see all that Newcastle has to offer. We’ll also be working with the team at Newcastle to facilitate virtual and remote participation for colleagues who can’t join us in person.”
This year’s Annual International Conference has been postponed and will now be held in London from Tuesday 31 August to Friday 3 September 2021.
Find out more about our Annual International Conference.
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