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The Society has published a series of key resources for current and prospective external examiners in geography.
External examiners play a crucial role in maintaining academic standards and supporting high quality teaching and learning in UK higher education. They provide impartial and independent advice, ensuring that policies and procedures are followed, and make recommendations for development.
The Society’s new resources for external examiners include geography-specific reflections and literature, as well as sector-wide guidance and policies. Those interested in finding external examiner roles are also encouraged to sign up to the ‘Geography External Examiners’ mailing list.
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To mark the centenary of Shackleton’s death, a new exhibition, Shackleton’s legacy and the power of early Antarctic photography, will be on display in the Society’s Pavilion from 7 February.
This spring we are bringing in the changes to how some of our membership categories are named or structured that were agreed at the Special General Meeting in September 2021.
We are excited to announce this year’s line-up for Geographical journeys: microlectures.
A new report outlining the results and outcomes of the Society’s field research programme, Migrants on the margins, is now available to read online.
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