Interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary

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Interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary

Interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary

Learn more Caregiving Affinity Group To conduct research, and provide information about, and build a culture of support for, the provision of quality childcare and caregiving at the AAG annual meetings. Learn more China To promote the study of the geography of China, including Taiwan, and to serve as a clearinghouse of information for persons interested in Chinese geography.

To increase contacts with Chinese geographers and encourage professional activities, including the development of research projects.

Learn more Climate To encourage climatological research, to promote climatological education, to promote the exchange of climatological ideas and information, to promote the interests of climatology within the discipline of geography; and to develop contacts and coordination with other climatological organizations.

Learn more Coastal and Marine To encourage the intellectual exchange of knowledge related to coastal and marine environments and their resources. Learn more Community College Seeks to give community college geographers a stronger Interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary within the discipline and within the AAG by disseminating information about funding opportunities for projects relevant to community college geography, enhancing research and professional development opportunities for community college faculty, and promoting curriculum development of GIS and other technical areas.

Learn more Critical Geographies of Education The mission of the CGESG is to promote, organize, and advance critical geographic explorations of education and schooling; to support the scholarly growth of critical geographers of education; and to contribute to social movements related to struggles over schooling.

Learn more Cryosphere To foster communication between practitioners dealing with the various elements of the cryosphere, to establish linkages with related organizations, and to enhance research on and teaching of cryospheric topics.

Learn more Cultural and Political Ecology To promote scholarly activities on the cultural, economic, demographic and political dimensions of resource use and environmental change, focusing on these issues and their linkages at and across multiple spatial and temporal scales.

Learn more Cultural Geography To encourage and facilitate intellectual exchange between scholars of all ages working in every branch of the subfield of cultural geography. Learn more Cyberinfrastructure The Cyberinfrastructure CI Specialty Group strives to enhance geographic research and scholarship on matters relating to cyberinfrastructure by: Learn more Development Geographies The purpose of the Development Geographies Specialty Group DGSG is to provide a forum for research, education, and practice related to development studies and to developing areas.

Our members are located around the world and engage in theoretical, applied, and critical work within the field of international development. The group will provide support and advocate with disabled members of the Association while working closely with other specialty groups to promote common interests and develop intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary projects.

Program Goals

Learn more Economic Geography To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among its members and other specialists; to stimulate research, teaching, and applications in industrial and economic geography; to aid in the advancement of its members and the field of industrial and economic geography; and to help represent industrial and economic geography within the discipline of geography and to related disciplines, agencies in government, the private sector, and the general public.

Learn more Energy and Environment To promote interaction and research among geographers interested in energy and environmental issues, to enhance the contributions of geographers to energy and environmental research and practice, and to assist in developing related educational curricula.

Learn more Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography To advance the theoretical and applied interests of environmental perception and behavioral geography within the discipline of geography, developing links to related disciplines through communication and organization.

Learn more Ethics, Justice, and Human Rights To support and encourage inclusive and informed discussion throughout the discipline on normative concerns including applied, theoretical, and professional. Current and past research has revolved around political, social, economic and cultural geography, as well as regional research on issues of energy, environment or migration.

Learn more European To foster research, teaching, and scholarly interaction on the geography of Europe, broadly defined; to promote work on all parts of Europe and to advance scholarship that moves beyond the traditional East-West bifurcation of the continent; to promote the study of Europe within the discipline of geography; and to encourage contacts between its members and those working on Europe in other disciplines, government, and private agencies.

Learn more Geographic Information Science and Systems To promote the development and practice of geographic information science and systems in all aspects of geographic inquiry.ABSTRACT.

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Innovative educators concerned with improving student achievement are seeking ways to create rigorous, relevant, and engaging curriculum. They are asking questions such as these: Can making wind and rain machines improve the reading comprehension and writing scores of elementary students on the.

Innovative educators concerned with improving student achievement are seeking ways to create rigorous, relevant, and engaging curriculum. They are asking questions such as these: Can making wind and rain machines improve the reading comprehension and writing scores of elementary students on the.

Carbon dating, also called radiocarbon dating, method of age determination that depends upon the decay to nitrogen of radiocarbon (carbon). Carbon is continually formed in nature by the interaction of neutrons with nitrogen in the Earth’s atmosphere; the neutrons required for this reaction are produced by cosmic rays interacting with the atmosphere.

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES COMMUNICATION Detailed course offerings (Time Schedule) are available for. Autumn Quarter ; Winter Quarter ; COM Introduction to Communication (5) I&S/VLPA Introduces theories and research in communication. Explores the myriad ways scholars approach fundamental issues of contemporary human communication.

This is a list of our most popular workshop strands. We suggest that institutions begin with a foundational workshop in critical thinking. Any of these strands can be combined to focus on the goals and needs of .

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