Join us for our Annual 6th Form Geography Conference organised by the Lincoln Geographical Association in association with the University of Lincoln. The event will be held on Friday 23 September 2022 from 10am and is open to 6th Form Geography staff and students.
The event will take place in person in the Isaac Newton Building on our beautiful Brayford Pool Campus. Details of how to find us can be found on our Getting to Lincoln webpage.
Talks will be followed by refreshments and a chance to network with staff from Lincoln's School of Geography. Book your place at the event now and see the full schedule below.
|10:00 am||Arrival and Welcome||Join us in the Isaac Newton Building from 10:00 am as our Geography event commences.|
|10:15 am||Lecture||Earth, air, fire and ice: some selected interesting recent geohazards, Dr Kristen Beck and Professor Edward Hanna.|
|11:00 am||Refreshments||Join us for refreshments in the atrium.|
|11:20 am||Lecture||In this lecture, Dr Julian Clifton will offer an overview of Globalisation.|
|12:00 pm||Presentation||Doing a university undergraduate geography dissertation, Dr Andrew Kythreotis|
|12:20 pm||Presentation||Get an insight into the range of geography degree courses available at the University of Lincoln with Dr Theresa Mercer|
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