Race, Ethnicity and Place Conference VIII
September 21-23, 2016
Kent State University, Ohio
The Race, Ethnicity, and Place (REP) Conference, created by John Frazier with Binghamton University's Department of Geography and Administration, fosters dialogue on issues related to the racial and ethnic transformation of places. The overriding purpose of REP is to promote understanding among the myriad groups, through research and discussion in the United States and other areas of the world (Africa, Australia, Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and Europe). REP encourages interdisciplinary perspectives and philosophical and methodological diversity. REP is open to participation by academicians, students, practitioners, lay persons and government, business and nonprofit agency representatives. The Conference ideally rotates among U.S. regions, incorporating a regional focus, while maintaining national and international perspectives.
Undergraduate and graduate students at Binghamton University are encouraged to submit posters in a competition for funding for travel, registration and conference meals to attend the REP VIII conference. See the Research Posters page for details.
Previous conferences have been held at Binghamton University (2002 and 2010), Howard University (2004), Texas State University-San Marcos (2006), University of Miami (2008), University of Puerto Rico (2012), and Texas Christian University (2014).
38th annual Applied Geography Conference
November 4- 7, 2015
San Antonio, Texas
For over three decades, the Applied Geography Conferences has provided a forum for
the exchange and critique of ideas related to the application of
geographic concepts, analytical techniques, data and methods. The conference brings together practitioners, academics and other professionals who seek geographic solutions and explanations to societal problems.
Middle Stated Division of the Association of American Geographers Conference
October 2 & 3, 2015
Binghamton University, New York
The Middle States Division is a regional subdivision of the Association of American Geographers representing members and geography departments in Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Puerto Rico. The MDSAAG 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 (held in the Fall); distributing an electronic newsletter; publishing an annual peer-reviewed journal (Middle States Geographer) and supporting student paper and poster awards and a World Geography Bowl competition.
More information about registration and lodging to follow soon.