UAV photogrammetry image of Loubiere, Dominica, showing damage caused by Hurricane Maria courtesy of Toby Meredith, copyright University of Portsmouth
The Society has launched a new webinar series to help geography students explore future career options. In the Use geography sessions, geographers from across a range of sectors share some of the many possibilities studying geography can lead to. In each 45 minute session, they explain how and why they pursued their chosen career, before sharing advice for anyone wanting to take their first steps in that sector.
Our first session focused on careers in risk management and insurance, and featured three of the founding members of the Society’s new Professional Practice Group on Risk Management and Disaster Reduction: Tina Thomson (Willis Towers Watson), William Forde (CoreLogic) and Richard Teeuw (University of Portsmouth). If you missed it or any of our other sessions to date, you can catch up at any time via our website where you’ll also find a range of other useful resources on each sector.
To find out which sectors we’ll be exploring soon, and to sign up for upcoming sessions, visit our What’s On page.
From January 2021, all Fellows will automatically be able to access our full range of scholarly journals online.
We are inviting nominations from Fellows for a number of Council positions to be elected in June 2021, including the next President of the Society.
Congratulations to our Fellows who were awarded Chartered Geographer status by our Council earlier this week.
Jonk has won the 2020 Earth Photo competition for his stunning series Coffee Shop, Abkhazia; Hotel, Portugal; Swimming Pool, Italy and Theater, Abkhazia, which depict abandoned spaces reclaimed by nature.
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