Our Digital Geographies Research Group (DGRG) are holding their annual symposium on Wednesday 1 July, on Using the Digital: Methodologies, Teaching, and Everyday Practice. This is an opportunity to take stock of how the digital has transformed academia in the 21st century and reflect on the implications of this transformation, whether they are good, bad or somewhere in between.
The DGRG annual symposium has quickly become a highlight of the group’s calendar as an opportunity to meet and discuss the digital with like-minded researchers. This year’s symposium will take place entirely online as a virtual and environmentally low-impact event, providing an opportunity to stay in touch and to come together to discuss these pressing issues.
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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.
The Geospatial Commission launched its National Geospatial Strategy yesterday.
The Government Geography Profession has become a standalone profession within the Government Analysis Function and will be based at the Cabinet Office with the Geospatial Commission.
We are delighted to announce the recipients of our 2019 Excellence Awards and congratulate the students who achieved the highest marks nationally in last year’s summer examinations.
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