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Welcome to the School of Geography

The School of Geography is a leading international centre for geographical scholarship.

The field of geography is very broad and we teach right across this spectrum, offering undergraduate, postgraduate taught, and postgraduate research courses, with subjects ranging from flooding to financial crises and areas of study from Italy to India.

Members of academic staff are leading international researchers in their specialist fields and this research activity underpins our teaching, ensuring that the latest developments are incorporated into our teaching programme.

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The School of Geography is ranked in the top 50 worldwide for geography in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017.
 
 

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Latest news

Teresa Needham, Lab Manager, awarded Papin Prize Award for Teaching

Description
Congratulations to Teresa Needham, Lab Manager, who won the Papin Prize Award for Teaching at the Higher Education Technicians Summit.
Date:
01 June 2017

School receives Athena Swan Silver Award

Description
The School of Geography has received the Athena Swan Silver Award. We are one of only three schools of geography to receive the award.
Date:
08 May 2017

GODAN Farming Challenge 2017

Description
A competition to find solutions for local farming in growing cities using open (agri & nutrition) data. Working towards the goal of zero hunger. Prize EUR 1,000
Date:
04 May 2017

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Upcoming events

University Open Day

Date
30 June 2017 (09:30-16:00)
Location:
University Park Campus
Description
Open days are your chance to discover why Nottingham is a great place to live, study and work.

University Open Day

Date
01 July 2017 (09:30-16:00)
Location:
University Park Campus
Description
Open days are your chance to discover why Nottingham is a great place to live, study and work.

Fate, Luck and Fortune: Political Narratives of Environmental Risk

Date
07 July 2017 (10:00-17:30)
Location:
The Hemsley, University Park
Description
This workshop will explore how concepts of fate luck and fortune appear in political and commercial narratives of environmental risk (past and present).

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