Ahead of our AGM, the Social and Cultural Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society will be hosting an informal online session for anyone who would like to find out more about what being part of our research group entails and the opportunities it may offer. All are welcome, particularly postgraduates, early career researchers and researchers from under-represented groups within the discipline, who have an interest in social and cultural geography.
The session will be hosted on Zoom 1300-1400 BST on Monday 22nd August 2022. You can register for this online session using the following Eventbrite link:
Registered attendees will be emailed a link to the Zoom meeting prior to the event.
There is no obligation to join our research group following this event. The event is simply designed as an informal opportunity to find out more about us ahead of our AGM. We know that the formal setting of an AGM can be intimidating, with people feeling they need to step forward and take on roles/tasks if attending. This informal session hopes to be the opposite of that.
Come and chat with the Chair of our research group – Tara Woodyer – about what the group has been doing in recent years, the support it offers to its members, and opportunities for getting involved, either in a formal role on the committee, or through more informal means.
As a first step, you can find out more about being part of a Royal Geographical Society Research Group here.
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