The next RGS-IBG Postgraduate Forum Mid-Term Conference is being held at
Royal Holloway, University of London over the 18th-20th April 2018.
Hosted by PhD students in the Department of Geography, this event provides a great opportunity for postgraduate students to present their research and discuss new ideas in a relaxed, friendly and supportive environment.
Postgraduates from all stages of their research are welcome to present, and the conference provides an ideal opportunity for first-time presenters, or those preparing for other conferences or their PhD Viva. If you want an opportunity to practice your presenting skills or to network with fellow postgraduate geographers, this event aims to foster a relaxed and informal space to discuss your research, offering a diverse and often interdisciplinary array of topics.
On top of a packed programme of paper and poster presentations, the registration fee (£60) will also include: workshops, keynote speeches, research working group meet and greet sessions, a drinks reception and three-course meal on the Thursday evening.
The call for papers is currently open, and the conference invites any submissions from postgraduate researchers from all areas of geography, proposals may focus around a specific paper or chapter, a research project or thesis more generally, or topics relating to research methods and fieldwork (whether successful or challenging).
Please send an abstract of no more than 250 words along with four keywords, your full name and university, and your intention to present a poster or paper to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Friday 19th January 2018.
To find out more and apply please visit the conference website the http://www.pgf.rgs.org/mid-term-conference-2018/
Please follow @RGSmidterm2018 for more information and regular updates.
If you have any additional enquiries regarding the conference, feel free to contact the organisers at: RGSMidterm@rhul.ac.uk