Promotion Pathways

Prof. Jenny Hill shares her experience of achieving promotion on the teaching and scholarship pathway.

Scholarship and me

Dr Hannah Mather, Dr Matt Finn, and Dr Lynda Yorke share their scholarly activities and thoughts on scholarship.

Professional Recognition

Prof. Nicola Thomas (PFHEA) and Dr. Naomi Holmes (SFHEA) share their journeys on gaining their Principle and Senior Fellowships respectively.

 Building Collaborative Clusters

Discussing key themes of interest to the community, including Professional Recognition (HEA Fellowships), Mentoring, Promotion on the T&L Pathway, etc.

RGS-IBG International Conference 2022

Newcastle University Old Library Building, Claremont Rd, Newcastle

We will be attending the Royal Geographical Society's Annual International Conference 2022, where we were hosting a number of sessions. Details to follow nearer to the conference.

GeogEd TeaS: New Year, New Outlooks

An informal welcome at the start of the new academic year. A chance to chat with colleagues and discuss plans and ideas you have for the coming year.

GeogEd: Building Research Capacity – Dr Sarah Mills (Autumn 2022)

Our next speaker is Dr Sarah Mills, a Reader in Human Geography at Loughborough University. A previous chair of the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group, and winner of the RGS Gill Memorial Award for outstanding early career research in human geography, Sarah has been a leading figure working across the geographies of...

Free workshop: Geography education and student mental health

Newcastle University

Geography and Education Research Group of the RGS-IBG (GeogEd https://geogedrg.org/) is hosting a workshop for academic Geography educators facing challenges in supporting student mental health. The in-person workshop will take place in parallel in three locations (University of Exeter, University of Chester, Newcastle University), linked at the beginning and end of the day through online plenary talks...

GeogEd TeaS: End of Year Catch-up

In the final TeaS forum of 2022 we invite you to take a well-earned short break from marking, grab a hot drink and mince pie (or similar) and come along to share your teaching and scholarship interests with the group.  You may want to reflect on your T&S activity from 2022 or look forward to...

A distinctive discipline? Exploring the Geography benchmarks

Our first TeaS session of the New Year is going to be a participatory discussion, focused on exploring and engaging with the Subject Benchmark Statements for Geography. Whether you already use them in your teaching or they are completely new to you, and not forgetting they have been recently revised, come along to share good...