About

What we do?

PGRG promotes population geography and supports population geographers by providing a forum for discussion and exchange, organising seminars, conferences and other events, and recognising outstanding student work through our prizes.

You can read our strategy for 2017-2020 here.

Who we are?

The PopGRG Committee membership as of September 2020 is as follows:

Nissa Finneynf42@st-andrews.ac.ukChair2019-2022
Sophie Cranstons.cranston@lboro.ac.ukSecretary2018-2021
Sergei Shubins.v.shubin@swansea.ac.ukTreasurer2018-2021
Gemma CatneyG.Catney@qub.ac.ukMembership Officer2019-2021
Kate BotterillKatherine.Botterill@glasgow.ac.ukEvents Officer2019-2021
Suzanne Beechs.beech@ulster.ac.ukEvents Officer2019-2021
Catherine WaiteCatherine.Waite@nothampton.ac.ukCommunications Officer2020-2022
Fran Darlington-PollockF.Darlington-Pollock@liverpool.ac.ukCommunications Officer2019-2021
David McCollumDavid.McCollum@st-andrews.ac.ukPublication and Awards Officer2019-2021
Natalie Tebbettn.tebbett@lboro.ac.ukEarly Careers Officer2019-2020
Bonnie Buyuklievaboyana.buyuklieva.14@ucl.ac.ukPostgraduate Officer2019-2021

The Annual General Meeting of PopGRG is held each year at the Annual RGS-IBG Conference. Read the minutes of our 2020 AGM here

What we do?

PGRG promotes population geography and supports population geographers by providing a forum for discussion and exchange, organising seminars, conferences and other events, and recognising outstanding student work through our prizes.

You can read our strategy for 2017-2020 here.