This poster competition will award $1000 in prize money. Competition details will be posted soon.
More and more effort at many institutions is being put into reaching out the community. Geography departments may be working with local schools or organizations to promote the field of Geography Education. They may also be bringing groups to their campuses. The emphasis could be on cultural/ethnic activities, GIS, or the Environment/sustainability. This is a good way to create lasting ties and recruit young energetic geographers. What are you doing personally? What is your department/college doing to promote Geography Education? This poster session will allow for sharing of these ideas, so new and fresh perspectives can be gained.
To be included in this session, please send your abstract confirmation and your PIN to Jonathan (Jon) Wessell at email@example.com.
|002||Internships and the Local Community: Relationships, Projects and Transitioning into Professionals||
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY
|003||Community Connections at the University of Oklahoma: Green Week, Geography and Environmental Sustainability Club, and Geography Day||
University of Oklahoma
|004||The Cardinal Weather Service: A Student-Driven Community Resource||
Ball State University
|005||Fostering a Feminist Pedagogy of Sustainable Food Systems||
Montclair State University
|006||Mentoring Undergraduate Student Research as Part of the NSF-IUSE Geoscience Engagement and Outreach Program: Successes and Challenges||
University of Florida
|007||Addressing environmental health concerns of community residents of Kettleman City, CA: A community-based approach to examining exposure and assessing community health.||
UC Davis Geography Graduate Group
|008||Mapping stories of the Kent State shooting: voices of the community||
Kent State University
|009||Community Participatory Renewal under the Background of Transformation||
|0010||An Assessment of Urban Sustainable Structures in Keene NH - USA: A focus on Thompson Road Low-Impact, Sustainable Subdivision Keene, New Hampshire - 42°55'03.6"N 72°14'24.6"W||
Antioch University New England
|011||Online Local Environment Hazards Education for Young Adults Using a Social Media Platform||
|012||Geography Outreach to Pre-Service Teachers||
University of South Carolina
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