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SEDAAG 2020 Annual Meeting (Virtual)

The SEDAAG Executive Committee has announced the Call for Papers for its first virtual meeting, which will be held November 6 and 7th, 2020.  We invite all students, faculty and professionals to present, network, and engage with geography colleagues. We are working to organize many student-focused events this year, including:

  • Undergraduate poster competition
  • Graduate Honors competition with monetary awards
  • Learn what you can do with your geography degree in our “Jobs in Geography” career-centered sessions
  • ESRI-led technical session and panel
  • Virtual World Geography Bowl
  • Awards ceremony plenary and opening plenary by American Association of Geographers (AAG) leaders Gary Langham and Amy Lobben

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Submit your abstracts here:

Virtual SEDAAG 2020 will use the same registration, abstract, and meeting platforms as the AAG, who is supporting us to enable a professional virtual meeting.

Recommended steps for submitting an abstract

  • Review the Call for Papers for deadlines, submission categories, instructions, special session proposals, and student awards. Join or review your SEDAAG Membership, if needed. All presenters must be SEDAAG members. Abstract deadline is October 9.

Join SEDAAG or Renew Membership

Call for Papers and Submission Instructions: https://sedaag.org/2020-sedaag-meeting-2/

  • Register for the conference: Registration deadline is the last day of the conference.

Registration link:

Although we are using the AAG platform for registration, you DO NOT need to be an AAG member to register for the 2020 SEDAAG Annual Meeting. If you have one, use your current AAG username and password to log in to the portal. If not, create a free account.

Registration is $50 for professional members and $25 for student members (costs are higher for non-members). You may optionally contribute more to help SEDAAG subsidize student registrations, and future student awards. Please contact sedaagmeeting@aag.org for information on how to apply for a financial hardship registration waiver.

Submit your abstract by October 9

Use your AAG login credentials or create a free account to login (same credentials are used for both registration and abstract submission).

Submit your abstracts

 

Other Highlights of Virtual SEDAAG 2020

Professional conference platform (supported by the AAG), with live participation and discussions;

Archived content for you to browse as your time allows;

Interactive webinar: “Charting Your Career Pathway in Geography and Geotechnologies”, lead by Joseph Kerski, November 6, 2020 (Time TBD, part of AAG webinar series: Early Career and Leadership Issues)

Southeastern Geographer Art Competition and social event.

More information coming soon!

Contacts:

General meeting questions: sedaagmeeting@aag.org

Program Coordinator (for submission related questions): Bill Graves  bgraves@uncc.edu

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SEDAAG Annual Meetings Schedule Update:

2020 meeting will be a virtual meeting (Save the Dates for NOV 6-7, 2020)

2021 Meeting will be in Florence, AL – NOV 21-22, 2021

2022 Meeting will be in Atlanta, GA

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What is SEDAAG?

SEDAAG is a regional subdivision of the American Association of Geographers, representing approximately 500 members in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Established in 1947, SEDAAG exists to advance investigations in geography and to encourage the application of geographic findings in education, government, and business.  The Division supports these objectives by organizing an annual academic conference (traditionally held in November); publishing a quarterly peer-reviewed journal (Southeastern Geographer); granting honors to faculty in recognition of excellence in teaching, service, and research; hosting educational and professional development workshops; and supporting student paper and poster awards and a World Geography Bowl competition.