The Society’s grants programme provides funding for geographical research, fieldwork and teaching. The application deadlines for several grants are fast approaching.
Through its grants programme, the Society works to advance geographical science and understanding. Each year, more than 70 grants are awarded in support of geographical research, fieldwork, and teaching, both in the UK and overseas.
A number of the Society’s grants have application deadlines in November:
Details of all the grants the Society provides can be found here, with more deadlines in January and February.
Starting from sepia photos in an album, Emma de Heveningham unpicks the mystery of her grandfather’s time in South America, tracing his footsteps across a screen with her fingertips.
11 March 2021
Paul will examine developments in flood risk modelling, which has long been dominated by engineers and mathematicians, and show how Geographers and their technologies have challenged and disrupted traditional approaches to understanding floods.
12 November 2018
What connects people to places? Experience of place is shaped by the physical nature of a place and memories and histories around sites of personal and shared interest
Farhasaad Shahid is a Communications Associate at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the UN Refugee Agency, and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
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