The Africa Specialty Group's mission is to enhance geographic research and scholarship on matters relating to Africa by encouraging effective communication of knowledge and information and supporting innovative approaches to geographic education on Africa. Dues Regular: $15Student: $5 ChairJoseph Zume, PhDGeography and Earth ScienceShippensburg University1871 Old Main Dr. Shippensburg, PA 17257Email: JTZume@ship.eduPhone: 717-477-1548
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The AnGSG strives to enhance geographic research and scholarship on matters relating to human-animal studies by: (a) encouraging the exchange of ideas among geographers studying biological, cultural, ecological, economic, political, and technical aspects of the myriad ways humans co-exist with other animal species, (b) promoting research in these areas, (c) facilitating collaboration between existing AAG specialty groups and committees to promote common interests and develop intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary projects. Subscribe to our group listserv to join the conversation. Dues Regular: $5 Student: $1Free for developing regions members ChairMona Seymour, Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorUrban Studies ProgramLoyola Marymount UniversityUniversity Hall 43281 LMU DriveLos Angeles, CA firstname.lastname@example.org
The Applied Geography Specialty Group aims to increase the visibility of applied geography in the profession and the general population and facilitate communications among the Group members; promote and recognize individual excellence in applied geographic research. DuesRegular: $10Student: $1 ChairTimothy L. HawthorneAssistant Professor of Geographic Information SystemsUniversity of Central Florida Department of Sociology407email@example.com
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The mission of the Asian Geography Specialty Group is to promote geographic research and to facilitate teaching the geography of Asia through professional meetings, publications and establishing contacts with Asian geographers, and developing an agenda for research and teaching grants. Members receive the Bulletin of Asian Geography edited by Todd Stradford, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Plattville, Plattville, WI 53818 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). DuesRegular: $5Student: $1 ChairJennifer PomeroyAssistant Professor of GeographyDepartment of History & Political ScienceYork College of PennsylvaniaPh: (717) 815-1529
The Bible Specialty Group uses the Bible as a source of geographic information for the study of the geography of ancient Israel. Dues Regular: $1Student: $1 ChairWilliam A. Dando Indiana State University7785 Carlisle RoadTerre Haute IN 47802 United StatesEmail: email@example.com Tel: 812-237-2264 Fax: 604-822-6150
MissionTo promote interactions between biogeographers, stimulate active research and teaching development in biogeography, and facilitate the exchange of ideas.Dues Regular: $10.00Student: $5ChairJacob BendixSyracuse UniversityDepartment of Geographyemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the BGSG is to bring together individuals who have mutual professional interests in business geography. Business geography is the application of geographic knowledge and information and geospatial techniques that assists businesses in making specific real-time decisions. Our goal is to share research, provide direction for future leaders, and provide a forum for networking and interaction with the business community. DuesRegular: $5Student: $1 ChairLawrence JosephEmail: email@example.com
Canadian Studies Specialty Group's mission is to stimulate a more visible series of activities and increased research on Canadian Topics. DuesRegular: $3Student: $3 ChairSusan LucasUniversity of ConnecticutDepartment of Geography 422 CLAS Building, 215 Glenbrook Road, U-4148Storrs CT 06269-4148 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: (860) 486-4660Fax: (860) 486-1348
MissionTo encourage cartographic research, promote education in cartography and map use, and facilitate the exchange of ideas and information about cartography, promote interest in and correct utilization of maps and other cartographic products, promote and facilitate the cartographer's role within the geographic profession, promote and coordinate activities and directions with other professional organizations involved with cartography.DuesRegular: $10Student: $2Community WebsiteChair: Alexander Savelyev (LIU Post, email@example.com)
The China Specialty Group's mission is to promote the study of the geography of China, including Taiwan, and to serve as a clearinghouse of information for persons interested in Chinese geography. To increase contacts with Chinese geographers and encourage professional activities, including the development of research projects. Dues Regular: $7Student: $1 ChairXiaobo SuDepartment of GeographyUniversity of OregonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Climate Specialty Group mission is to encourage climatological research, to promote climatological education, to promote the exchange of climatological ideas and information, to promote the interests of climatology within the discipline of geography; and to develop contacts and coordination with other climatological organizations. Dues Regular: $10Student: $2 ChairHengchun YeDept. of Geography & Urban AnalysisCalifornia State University - Los Angeles5151 State University DriveLos Angeles, CA 90032-8222Ph: (323) 343-2229E-Mail: email@example.com
Coastal and Marine Specialty Group's mission is to encourage the intellectual exchange of knowledge related to coastal and marine environments and their resources. COMA's membership is composed of both physical and human geographers who have a common interest in understanding how anthropogenic activities may impact coastal or marine environments. DuesRegular: $5Student: $1 ChairDr. Harry Williams University of North TexasGeography Department, 1155 Union Circle # 305279Denton, TX 76203-5017Email: HarryF.Williams@unt.edu
MissionSeeks to give community college geographers a stronger voice within the discipline and within the AAG by disseminating information about funding opportunities for projects relevant to community college geography, enhancing research and professional development opportunities for community college faculty, and promoting curriculum development of GIS and other technical areas. Dues Regular: $5Student: $1 ChairJacqueline Housel Sinclair CollegeEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cryosphere Specialty Group's mission is to foster communication between practitioners dealing with the various elements of the cryosphere, to establish linkages with related organizations, and to enhance research on and teaching of cryospheric topics. DuesRegular: $10Student: $1 ChairJeff VanLooy University of North Dakota Department of Earth System Science and PolicyGrand Forks, ND 58202Email: email@example.com
Cultural & Political Ecology Specialty Group promotes scholarly activities on the cultural, economic, demographic and political dimensions of resource use and environmental change, focusing on these issues and their linkages at and across multiple spatial and temporal scales. DuesRegular: $9Student: $1 ChairJennifer RiceDepartment of Geography The University of GeorgiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
MissonTo encourage and facilitate intellectual exchange between scholars of all ages working in every branch of the subfield of cultural geography.DuesRegular: $5Student: $2ChairSharon WilcoxUniversity of WisconsinEmail: email@example.comCGSG Website:http://www.kent.edu/stark/cgsg
The Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Specialty Group strives to enhance geographic research and scholarship on matters relating to cyberinfrastructure by:• encouraging the exchange of ideas and experience among geographers studying technical, social, economic, policy, and cultural aspects of CI• providing a communication channel between CI funding agencies and geographic practitioners• promoting research advancement in topics related to CI• encouraging reflection on the roles of geographers in CI.
DuesRegular: $10Student: $2
ChairWenwu TangUniversity of North Carolina at CharlotteEmail: WenwuTang@uncc.edu Click to see the webpage of CISG (AAG Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group)
The purpose of the Development Geographies Specialty Group (DGSG) is to provide a forum for research, education, and practice related to development studies and to developing areas. Our members are located around the world and engage in theoretical, applied, and critical work within the field of international development.
Regular: $5Student: $1Free for developing regions members
ChairRegina ScheyvensInstitute of Development StudiesMassey University (New Zealand)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MissionTo facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among its members and other specialists; to stimulate reserch, teaching, and applications in industrial and economic geography; to aid in the advancement of its members and the field of industrial and economic geography; and to help represent industrial and economic geography within the discipline of geography and to related disciplines, agencies in government, the private sector, and the general public.DuesRegular: $7Student: $1ChairJennifer ClarkGeorgia Institute of TechnologySchool of Public PolicyEmail: email@example.com