American Assoc of Geographers

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AAG is a professional and scholarly association representing educators, researchers, and practitioners in geography.

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⬅️⬅️⬅️ The AAG has several versions of its logo found throughout our organization. Which one do you like best? Swipe through and tell us in the comments!
It's almost that time of year! We are excited to congratulate all of the geographers who are graduating this spring. Send us your photos of geography graduations for us to share and celebrate with you! See the link in the bio for more info. .
#geography #geographyftw #placematters #geographygrads
#TBT to all the amazing things that happened at #aagDC! We're already missing all of you (and the cherry blossoms too 😜). With some time to reflect, what we're your biggest takeaways from the 2019 AAG Annual Meeting?
#Academicconferences #Geography #placematters
Please consider nominating outstanding colleagues to be recognized as AAG Fellows, a program to recognize geographers who have made significant contributions to advancing geography by June 30! Congratulations to the class of 2019 AAG Fellows who were recognized last week at the #aagDC Awards Luncheon! AAG Fellows will serve the Association as an august body to support and advise the AAG, including creating and contributing to AAG initiatives, advising on AAG strategic directions and grand challenges, and mentoring early and mid-career faculty. You can submit your nominations to

The second class of AAG Fellows includes:
John Agnew, University of California, Los Angeles
Anthony Brazel, Prof. Emeritus, Arizona State University
Stanley Brunn, Prof. Emeritus, University of Kentucky
David R. Butler, Texas State University
William Clark, University of California, Los Angeles
Susan Cutter, University of South Carolina
Daniel A. Griffith, University of Texas Dallas
Jonathan Harbor, University of Montana
Thomas Mote, University of Georgia
Martin (Mike) Pasqualetti, Arizona State University
Mark D. Schwartz, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Eric Sheppard, University of California, Los Angeles
Renee Sieber, McGill University
It's spring time in our little slice of Washington DC at Meridian Place, the AAG Headquarters. Has spring sprung in your neck of the woods or are you still in the depths of winter?
A HUGE thank you to everyone who traveled to Washington, D.C. last week for #aagDC! You helped make the meeting one to remember! Mark your calendars now for #aagDENVER April 6-10, 2020!
AAG Executive Director Doug Richardson was congratulated by friends and colleagues on his upcoming retirement in a special session at #aagDC. They shared how Doug has tirelessly worked to improve the AAG, bringing fiscal stability and membership growth, as well as his dedication to the discipline of geography to make it more diverse and visible to the public. Congratulations Doug, and thank you for your dedication!
Today, Carla Hayden, librarian of congress, accepted the AAG Atlas Award, the association's highest honor. With the award comes a $10,000 check that she pledged to give to the Geography and Maps Division. She spoke of her new projects to increase youth engagement in the library's collections, including geography and maps, also developing resources to encourage them to pursue geography careers. #aagDC
Your 2019 AAG World Geography Bowl Champions! With back to back championships, it's the team from MAD! #aagDC #AAGregions
The 2019 World Geography Bowl is underway! AAG President Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach provided welcome remarks! Thanks to all of the bowl sponsors and Dr. Jamison Conley for making the bowl possible! #aagDC
⬅️⬅️ swipe to see all the locations people have traveled from to attend #aagDC! Have you added your pin to the map yet?
Looking for a job or internship? Have a job or internship that you would like to advertise? Check out the Jobs & Careers board at the AAG Jobs & Careers Center in the Marriott Atrium by registration and Meridian Space! #aagDC