Category: AAG

UT Geography at AAG 2017

Rebecca Torres and UT alum Dr. Lindsey Carte win Geographical Review’s Best Paper Award for their work on the human costs of migration in sending communities in Latin America.   UT alumni Paul Holloway (second from left in red tie) and Molly Polk (at

AAG NYC Call for Papers: Abstracts due September 28, 2011

The Call for Papers for the AAG 2012 Annual Meeting in New York is underway.  Remember, the deadline to submit sessions and abstracts for the 2012 Annual Meeting is September 28, 2011.  The tips below will help you get started.

Graduate Students present in AAG National Meeting: Seattle, Washington

2011 AAG Annual Meeting will take place April 12-16, 2011 in Seattle, Washington.  The Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers features presentations from leading scholars and experts on the latest in research, policy, and applications in geography, sustainability, and

Jon Gehrig writes Op-Ed in AAG Newsletter

Jon Gehrig participated as one of the 5 observers representing the AAG at the UNFCCC in Cancún Mexico. Gehrig along with coauthor Mike Urban wrote up their thoughts on the Cancun Agreement and what roles Geographers should play in Climate Change research.  Overview on the

AAG 2011: Call for Papers – Due October 20, 2010

The Association of American Geographers (AAG) is accepting abstracts and organized sessions for the 2011 Annual Meeting.  AAG welcomes all presentations from scholars, professionals, and students interested in the advancement of geography.  If you have any questions about these guidelines