The School of Geography at the University of Leeds are seeking to appoint a post-doctoral researcher to join the Consumer Data Research Centre.
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Tweet Thanks to generous funding from The Economic and Social Research Council, for a project called: ‘Changing Socio-Spatial Inequalities: Population change and the lived experience of inequality in urban South Africa’, there is a post-doctoral research opportunity available, based at the University of Liverpool. Please see here for more details. […]Continue reading »
Tweet Fully Funded EPSRC PhD studentship on population stability and residential mobility in London There is an excellent opportunity to apply for a fully funded 4-year EPSRC PhD studentship at the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, focusing on the long term prospects of large urban residential development initiatives in London in […]Continue reading »
The Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI), Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) and University of Canterbury are seeking to appoint an Associate Professor / Professor in Spatial Information.
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Tweet 4th – 6th July 2016 University of Manchester PopFest is an annual Population Studies conference for postgraduate students organised by fellow postgraduates. It provides an excellent opportunity to bring together researchers from various Social Science disciplines such as Demography, Human Geography, Urban Planning, Sociology, Social Anthropology, Social Statistics, Politics and other related […]Continue reading »
TweetEurope’s migration crisis? 21st Century Challenges: Policy Forum Tuesday 22 March 2016: 5.30pm – 7.30pm (with the opportunity to stay for dinner until 9.30pm) Join the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) for a lively panel discussion (5.30pm – 7.30pm), with the opportunity to stay for dinner (7.30pm – 9.30pm) to explore the challenges and opportunities […]Continue reading »
The Geospatial Research Institute at the University of Canterbury (NZ) is currently advertising a Professorship in Spatial Information.
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1st International Conference on Geographies of Migration and Mobility (iMigMob)
Loughborough University, UK
18th-20th July 2016 (last booking date 1st July)
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Tweet Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize 2015 The Population Geography Research Group is pleased to announce the winners of the Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize, 2015. This prize is named in memory of Joanna Stillwell, daughter of Professor John Stillwell of the University of Leeds. The Population Geography Research Group awards three prizes (£100 for […]Continue reading »
Charles Darwin University is seeking a Research Associate (level A) or Research Fellow (level B) to work on an Australian Research Council-funded project on subnational population forecasting led by Dr Tom Wilson.
Tweet Geographies of Internal Migration: Cross-National Trends and Patterns Convenors: Professor Thomas Cooke (University of Connecticut), Dr Ian Shuttleworth (QUB), Professor Darren Smith (Loughborough University) and Dr Nik Lomax (University of Leeds) Sponsored by the Population Speciality Group of the AAG and the Population Geography Research Group of the RGS/IBG […]Continue reading »
TweetDear colleagues, Please follow this link to see a job advert from the Federal Institute for Population Research. The research group Demographic Change and World Population at the Federal Institute for Population Research is currently recruiting for a research fellow (48 month fixed term contract, full time). The research position requires a master degree (or […]Continue reading »
TweetThe Population Geography Research Group of RGS-IBG are delighted to announce the launch of the new book: Internal Migration Processes: Geographic Perspectives (Ashgate), edited by Darren Smith, Nissa Finney, Keith Halfacree and Nigel Walford.
Tweet There is a three year fixed term Lectureship in Quantitative Health Geography available to the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Ideal for a newly completed PhD student or postdoc. More details can be found here. Thanks Simon Professor Simon Kingham Professor of Geography and Director of the […]Continue reading »
TweetThe Higher Education Academy (HEA) is partnering with the RGS-IBG (and other learned societies) to conduct research into the state of HE learning and teaching at UK universities. In particular, this study is focused on identifying the challenges faced by academics at a discipline level, and the resources that are currently used in addressing those […]Continue reading »
Tweet Dear All, We would like to invite you to submit a paper to our cross-disciplinary stream on: ‘Mobility and Organizing in the Global and Local: The space of creation and constraint within, between and beyond organizations.’ More details of the stream are available here. This stream is part of the APROS/EGOS conference […]Continue reading »
Tweet Lecturer in Geographical Information Science Population, Health & Wellbeing Location: Highfield Campus Salary: £31,342 to £45,954 Full Time Permanent Closing Date: Friday 05 June 2015 Interview Date: See advert Reference: 562415WR We are seeking to appoint an outstanding Lecturer specialising in Geographical Information Science. We particularly invite applications from candidates whose […]Continue reading »
Tweet This is to let you know about two PhD opportunities. They are dual PhDs and will be awarded by the University of Liverpool (UK) and National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan). The successful applicant will spend at least one year (of a maximum total four years) in each institution. The funding for this programme […]Continue reading »
Centre for Spatial Demographics Research, University of Liverpool: Centre Symposium and Launch Event
TweetThursday 11th and Friday 12th June 2015, University of Liverpool Research on population studies is at a major turning point. Changes not just in population dynamics (for example, in fertility and family formation and migration, and in the social, economic, demographic and ethnic characteristics of neighbourhoods), but also in the ways in which populations are […]Continue reading »
Two Lecturer / Senior Lecturer Posts in Social Statistics, School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester
TweetClosing date : 26/02/2015 Reference : HUM-05935 Faculty / Organisational unit : Humanities School / Directorate : School of Social Sciences Division : Social Statistics Employment type : Permanent Location : Oxford Road, Manchester Salary : £34,233 to £47,328 per annum (for Lecturer) or £48,743 to £58,172 per annum (for Senior Lecturer) Hours per week […]Continue reading »
TweetThe deadline for receipt of abstracts for the 8th International Conference on Population Geographies is fast approaching. We look forward to receiving your proposal by Monday 16th February 2015 and welcoming you to the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, from 30 June to 3 July 2015. We invite papers from all fields of population geography […]Continue reading »
TweetPlease see the following links for details: Geospatial Data Scientist – Sensing City Health Project http://www.seek.co.nz/job/27987857 Postdoctoral Fellow – GeoHealth Laboratory http://www.seek.co.nz/job/27987858Continue reading »
Tweet There is a research associate opportunity in quantitative population geography at the University of Liverpool. The post details are as follows: Postdoctoral Research Associate £32,277 pa Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Environmental Sciences, Department of Geography and Planning Location: University Campus Ref: R-587244/WWW Closing date for receipt of applications: Fri, 23 […]Continue reading »
Tweet The Population Geography Research Group are delighted to issue our call for papers for the annual conference of the 2015 RGS-IBG, for sessions sponsored by the research group. The conference will take place on Wednesday 2nd to Friday 4th September 2015, at the University of Exeter. If you are interested in presenting a […]Continue reading »
Tweet Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize 2014 The Population Geography Research Group is proud to announce the winners of the Joanna Stillwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize, 2014. This prize is named in memory of Joanna Stillwell, daughter of Professor John Stillwell of the University of Leeds. The Population Geography Research Group awards three prizes (£100 for first […]Continue reading »
Tweet Post Doctoral Fellow: GeoHealth Laboratory, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand Job ID: 2386 Closing date: November 27th 2014 Research in Quantitative Health Geography The GeoHealth Laboratory, Department of Geography, University of Canterbury invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship (research). This is a three-year position and available immediately. The fellowship […]Continue reading »
Eighth International Conference on Population Geographies Brisbane, Australia, 30 June 2015 to 3 July 2015
TweetDear All, We are delighted to announce that the 8th International Conference on Population Geographies will be held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, from 30 June to 3 July 2015. Essential details of the conference are available on the University of Queensland website at: http://www.gpem.uq.edu.au/icpg2015. As you will see, we expect to launch […]Continue reading »
‘Myths of Migration: The Changing British Population’ at the British Academy, London, on Monday 17 November 2014
TweetAn evening meeting organised jointly by the British Academy and BSPS on ‘Myths of Migration: The Changing British Population’, at the British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London, on Monday 17 November 2014 at 6.00-7.30pm. As part of its celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the publication of The Changing Population of Britain (edited by […]Continue reading »
A BSPS day meeting on ‘usual residence’ and alternative population bases, at LSE on Friday 24th October 2014
TweetA BSPS day meeting on ‘usual residence’ and alternative population bases, at London School of Economics on Friday 24th October 2014, 10.30am-5.00pm. A reminder that this meeting on population bases for presenting census and related stats will take place at LSE on Friday 24 October, 10.30am-5pm. The programme for the day is now finalised. Register by […]Continue reading »
CALL FOR PAPERS: Population Geographies of Childhood &Youth (Fourth Biannual British-Irish Population Conference), 12-13 May 2014
Tweet CALL FOR PAPERS Population Geographies of Childhood and Youth Fourth Biannual British-Irish Population Conference 12th-13th May 2014 Hosted by Department of Geography, Swansea University under the auspices of the Population Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG Papers are invited for a forthcoming conference on any aspects of the Population Geographies of Childhood […]Continue reading »
TweetOrganised by the Beyond 2011 Independent Working Group Discussion meeting – Monday 21 October 2013, 12.00-4.30pm (registration from 11.30am) Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR The Office for National Statistics will be consulting on options for the future of population statistics in England and Wales, including the potential discontinuation of the […]Continue reading »
TweetThe RGS-IBG Population Geography Research Group (PopGRG) will be electing committee members to four posts at the forthcoming AGM: Chair Societies’ Liaison Officer Postgraduate Liaison Officer Early Career Officer (new post) Would you like to join the committee? For further information about PopGRG see http://popgeog.org/. For enquiries or expression of interest in the vacancies […]Continue reading »
TweetThis prize is named in memory of the daughter of Professor John Stillwell of the University of Leeds. Joanna, who was a geography graduate from the University of Sheffield, died in 2004. The Population Geography Research Group has set up three prizes (£100 for first prize; £50 for second prize; £25 for third prize) to […]Continue reading »
TweetSchool of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Plymouth University We are delighted to offer one PhD studentship in human geography to suitably qualified candidates for the academic year commencing 1st October 2013. Applicants must have at least a 2:1 degree in Geography (or a related subject) or equivalent qualification, or an MA/MSc degree or research/work […]Continue reading »
“CFP: Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research” 4th International SHIP Conference 2013: General call for papers
Tweet“Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research” 4th International Conference hosted by the Scottish Health Informatics Programme in association with the four UK Ehealth Informatics Research Centres, 28th – 30th August 2013, St Andrews, Scotland. Following on from the initial call for proposals for conference sessions, the conference organisers would like to extend a general […]Continue reading »
TweetDear colleagues Understandably, only a few of us can invest much time in following the plans for future censuses and you may therefore be unaware of recent developments. If you are a user of small area census data, please read on and act if you can – there is a real risk of losing the […]Continue reading »
TweetBSPS Annual Conference 2013 Monday 9 – Wednesday 11 September 2013, University of Swansea CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE 25 MARCH. The 2013 BSPS Conference will be held at the University of Swansea, 9-11 September. All Conference sessions will be held on site, where Conference catering and accommodation will also be available at […]Continue reading »
TweetThe Population Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG are delighted to announce our sponsored sessions for the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers annual conference, to be held at the RGS-IBG headquarters (Kensington Gore, London) on Wednesday 28th to Friday 30th August. Sessions and abstracts are listed below. Should you […]Continue reading »
TweetPopFest is an annual population studies conference for postgraduate students, organised by fellow postgraduates. This conference will provide an ideal environment for researchers to present and discuss their work with others in the field as well as an excellent networking opportunity. The University of Southampton is pleased to host PopFest from the 8th to the […]Continue reading »