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Ethics in geospatial data: blog series

Earlier this year, the Society and the Association for Geographic Information collaborated on a series of panel events exploring ethical issues in location data use.

Updates on our CDA students

Over the past few months, the Society’s seven current PhD students have continued to carry out their research on the Collections, as well as several associated activities related to their projects.

New report: I didn’t have any teachers that looked like me

The Society has published a new report, I didn’t have any teachers that looked like me, which highlights the experiences of Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) geography teachers while studying and teaching the discipline.

Need help with your UCAS application?

There has never been a better or more important time to study geography at university, but the application process, particularly writing your personal statement, can seem daunting.