The latest episode of our Ask the geographer podcast, features East Londoner Victoria Ayodeji and her remarkable journey from Hackney to the University of Cambridge. She talks about why she chose geography, what it’s like studying the subject at university and how mentorship schemes, teaching advice and YouTube influencers helped her along the way.
Listen to Victoria’s podcast.
Our award winning Ask the geographer podcast features over 40 episodes with a range of experts talking about the latest geographical research, and are extremely helpful for A Level students who want to keep their case study information up to date. Recent episodes have included topics ranging from the Australian wildfires and geomorphic evolution, to climate change and the impact of globalisation on the countryside.
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Last month, Jisc, the UK’s research and education not-for-profit organisation, and publisher Wiley signed a four year ‘read and publish’ agreement that extends to many UK universities and research institutions.
We are pleased to announce some new editorial appointments for our journals.
Congratulations to the six geographers who were elected as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences last week.
New research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has concluded that university study is a good investment for most students, with those pursuing higher education better off after taxes, student loan repayments and foregone earnings are accounted for.
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