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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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Latest news

Language Centre Module Enrolment: Spring semester 2019

Description
Students can diversify their degree course by choosing a language module for credits. At the Language Centre we focus on providing language modules with the emphasis on communication. The modules are supported by the virtual learning environment Moodle, digital classrooms and a Self Access Centre for independent learning.We offer 10 credit modules in Arabic, French, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Slovene and Spanish. The levels range from Stage 1a (complete beginners) to Stage 6 (near native speaker competence). It is possible to improve existing skills or start a new language.
Date:
07 January 2019

PG Conference: Call for Abstracts

Description
Abstracts invited for student-led event 'Bridging the gap between psychology and the social sciences'. Deadline 14 December.
Date:
01 November 2018

Staff Funding Opportunity: Joint and Collaborative Awards

Description
Deadline 19th November 2018.
Date:
11 September 2018

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Upcoming events

A Palaeoecological history of climate and fire impacts on terrestrial-aquatic ecosystems in Tasmania, Australia

Date
16 January 2019 (13:00-14:00)
Location:
A40, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
Geosciences research seminar by Kirsten Beck, University of Lincoln.

Introduction to Multilevel Models for Social Scientists (Doctoral Seminar)

Date
16 January 2019 (15:39)
Location:
Hallward Library, University Park
Description
PhD and ECR one-day workshop, looking at multilevel models, including variance components models, varying intercept models, varying slope models, and three-level models.

Exploring the treasure trove: using natural history collections to study biodiversity

Date
23 January 2019 (13:00-14:00)
Location:
A40, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
Geosciences research seminar by Natalie Cooper, Natural History Museum, London.

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University of Nottingham
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