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GEOMED 2017

Less than a month until Geomed 2017 in the beautiful Portuguese city of Porto (Sept. 7-9)! Former HMGSG chair Dr. Eric Delmelle (UNC-Charlotte) and current co-webmaster Michael Desjardins (UNC-Charlotte) will be attending and presenting their research. If you are a … Continue reading

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AAG 2017

Dear members of the Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group, At this AAG, our specialty group will sponsor 72 sessions. Although it is not possible to list them all in this post, I would like to remind you of some … Continue reading

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Distinguished Professor Emeritus John M. Hunter

We are saddened to announce the passing of Dr. John M. Hunter.

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HMGSG at AAG Boston 2017

There will be 72 sessions at AAG that were organized by members of HMGSG!  Stay tuned for details regarding session topics, locations, and times.    

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Assistant Professor Department of Geography & Environmental Planning College of Liberal Arts CLA-N-3019 Position:  The College of Liberal Arts invites applications for a tenure-track, 10-month Assistant Professor position in Department of Geography & Environmental Planning beginning August 2017. Qualifications: PhD … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Public Participation and Digital Geographies

American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2017 Boston, MA, April 5-9 Organizers: Jerry Shannon, Ian Rossiter, and Dorris Scott, Community Mapping Lab, University of Georgia Work in Public Participatory GIS (PPGIS) and Participatory GIS (PGIS) has for many years emphasized … Continue reading

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Call for Papers Aging, Health, and Health Care

Call for Papers: 2017 AAG Annual Meeting, Boston (April 5-9, 2017) Organizers: Mark Rosenberg, Queen’s University Kyle Plumb, Queen’s University Jessica Finlay, University of Minnesota Session:   Due to the widespread aging of populations coupled with social policy directives such as … Continue reading

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