Newly accredited Chartered Geographer, Emma Rawlings Smith © Emma Rawlings Smith
Congratulations to the Chartered Geographers who were approved by the Society’s Council in June.
Laura Fitzgerald - Associate Director, Mode Transport Planning
Garry King - Project Manager (Policy), Hampshire County Council
Emma Rawlings Smith - Transport Planning Consultant, AECOM
Dr Hendrik Smit - Lecturer in Military Geography, Military Academy
Chartered Geographer (GIS):
John Bevington - Technical Director, JBA Consulting
Liam Birkett - Senior Consultant, Arup
Andreas Buccholz - GIS Service Developer, Historic Environment Scotland
Dominika Sawicka - Senior Geographical Information System (GIS) and Geospatial Consultant, Arcadis
Sofia Stouki - Head of GIS, Operations, Costain Ltd
Dr Adrian Tear - Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh
Chartered Geographer (Teach):
Josephine Arman - Head of Geography, Dover Grammar School for Girls
Dr Helen Fyfe - Head of Geography, Torquay Boys’ Grammar School
Grace Healy - Geography Subject Specialist, Inspiration Trust
Vicki-Jayne Margrave - Teaching Learning Consultant and PGCE Geography Tutor, Sheffield Hallam University, Rockingham Professional Development Centre
Chartered Geographer is the only international accreditation for geographers, recognising 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 plenty of CPD and networking opportunities.
Interested in being recognised for your skills and expertise? Find out more.
Today is World Population Day, a UN observance day to raise awareness about how population issues and sustainable development are intertwined.
Our 2019 Geographical Fieldwork Grant recipients are heading out into the field to begin their summer fieldwork.
Elisabetta Zavoli has won the 2019 Earth Photo competition for her work The Landfill Midwife.
Professor Laura Hammond presented findings of the Migrants on the margins research team to members of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office at a meeting at the Society last month.
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