Every year the Society offers five grants of up to £750 to assist with the cost of attending an international ISC conference.
Every year the Society offers five grants of up to £750 to early career researchers (post-PhD) currently affiliated with a UK Higher Education Institution to assist with the cost of attending an international conference.
The conference must be organised by a geographical organisation, association or union affiliated with, or a member of, the International Science Council (ISC) or other such similar international organisation.
Priority will be given to those presenting papers and seeking to cover travel expenses, although help with conference fees, accommodation, and maintenance costs will also be considered.
Deadline: 31 October
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Dr Benjamin Chandler (Queen Mary University of London): XX International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress 2019 (Dublin, Ireland). ‘Quaternary glaciations: Processes, sediments and landforms’ and ‘Proglacial lakes in the Quaternary’.
Awards of up to £3,000 to individuals for desk or field-based research in any area of geography.
A supplementary grant of £1,500 for development research, given in celebration of Rob Potter.
The Walters Kundert Fellowship offers an annual grant of £10,000 to support post-PhD field research within Arctic or high mountain environments.
Grants of £1,500 for first year undergraduate geography students to participate in a fieldwork project.
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