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Congratulations to our Fellows who were awarded Chartered Geographer status last month.
Chartered Geographer is the only international accreditation for geographers and recognises competence, experience and professionalism in the use of geographical knowledge, skills and understanding in the workplace. There are many benefits associated with chartered status including recognition of your experience and professionalism by employers, clients and the public; support to structure your own personal development and learning; and a range of CPD and networking opportunities.
Interested in being recognised for your skills and expertise? Find out more.
Claire Edwards - Programme Lead, Geospatial Commission
Bryan Gifford - Lieutenant Colonel, MoD
Kelvin Limbrick - Discipline Lead, Rivers and Catchments, Stantec
Dominic Walker - Teaching Fellow in Cultural Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London
Chartered Geographer (GI):
Christopher Budas - Analyst/Associate Project Manager, Defence Science Technology Laboratory
Nigel Clifford - Deputy Chair, Geospatial Commission
Charles Sladden - Spatial Data Infrastructure Gatekeeper, Defence Equipment and Support, MoD
Chartered Geographer (GIS):
Helen Bartlett - Data Manager, Met Office
Christopher Obida - Ph.D. Researcher/Lecturer, Lancaster Environment Centre/ Nigerian Defence Academy
Caroline Robinson - Founder and Lead Cartographer, Clear Mapping Company
David Thames - GIS Data Officer, National Trust
Hannah Thomas - Senior GIS Analyst, Jacobs
James Wardroper - GI Consultant, Ordnance Survey
Chartered Geography (Teach)
David Anderson - Head of Geography, Eton College
Mark Hooley - Head of Humanities, Oporto British School
Caroline McNiece - Geography Teacher, St Edmund’s College
Sharon Pilbeam - Teacher of Geography, Walderslade Girls School
James Riley - Head of Geography, The Perse School
Chartered Geography (Geomorph):
Lauren Burt - Coastal Engineer, New Forest District Council
It’s Ada Lovelace Day and we’re sharing some profiles of women working across a wide range of roles – all of whom studied geography at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
We are delighted that our Migrants on the margins resources have been awarded the 4-star award, in the Curriculum Impact category, of the Teach Secondary 2019 Awards.
We are delighted to welcome our newest Collaborative Doctoral Award student, Alice Oates, who has started her PhD project exploring the governance of Antarctica.
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