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A series of blog posts on academic publishing for early career researchers, or those taking the first steps in their publishing careers are now live on PGF@Home, a space on the Post Graduate Forum (PGF) website focusing on professional development and community building.
The three part series, written by our Managing Editor of Academic Publications, Dr Phil Emmerson, includes an introduction to publishing which covers the what, why, when, where and how of publishing in a journal; preparing, submitting and revising a manuscript; and best practice for promoting and sharing your paper once it has been accepted.
A live Q&A linked to these blog posts will be taking place at 3.00pm on Tuesday 16 June. So if you’re interested in finding out more about academic publishing, or have questions about this topic, sign up here.
If you have questions in advance of the Q&A ask us on Twitter using #publishingQandA and tagging @PGF_RGSIBG.
The annual dissertation prizes offered by the Society, our Research Groups, the Quaternary Research Association and the British Society for Geomorphology are now open for submissions.
The Society stands in solidarity with Black communities globally against racism and inequality, and joins the global calls to reaffirm that Black lives matter following the shocking and tragic death of George Floyd.
We caught up with Michael Jones, recipient of the Patron’s Medal for his contribution to the development of geospatial information, to discuss his career, his greatest achievement and his love of maps.
Since late 2019, Chartered Geographers have been able to request that their CPD log is reviewed and certified by the accreditation scheme’s assessors.
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