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Mark Rosenberg wins the Melinda S. Meade Distinguished Scholar Award for 2017

Congratulations to Mark Rosenberg on winning the Melinda S. Meade Distinguished Scholar Award for 2017, presented by the Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group (HMGSG) of the AAG.  This award recognizes outstanding research and teaching on health and medical geography, leadership in this area, and service to the community.  The award will be announced at the HMGSG Business Meeting on April 7th.

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Dr. Leela Viswanathan wins AAG's 2017 Enhancing Diversity Award

Congratulations to Dr. Leela Viswanathan who has been recognized with the American Association of Geographer’s 2017 Enhancing Diversity Award!  This prestigious award is given annually, and recognizes Leela’s efforts to decolonize urban planning and the success that she has had in bringing indigenous and non-indigenous planners into discussions about enhancing Indigenous-led planning.  Leela’s nomination was supported by letters from both current and  former students and faculty colleagues.

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Webinar for Prospective Planning (MPL) Students - March 2017

Interested in joining our Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MPL) Graduate Program?   Here is a WEBINAR for prospective graduate students to our Master of Urban and Regional Planning Graduate Programs (MPL), hosted by Dr. John Meligrana, Acting Director, School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) and Admission Coordinator, Queen's University, Dr. Patricia Collins and graduate students Julia Sjaarda (second-year MPL) and Meghan Robidoux (first-year MPL). 

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Webinar for Prospective Geography Graduate Students - March 2017

Interested in joining our Geography Graduate Program?   Here is a WEBINAR for prospective graduate students to our Geography Graduate Programs (M.A., MSc., Ph.D.), hosted by Dr. Neal Scott, Associate Head, Geography Graduate Programs, Queen's University and Geography graduate students Melissa Forcione (Ph.D.) and Valerie Freemantle (M.Sc).

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