paper competition

Learn more about the AnGSG's student paper competitions and visit our list of past winners. Guidelines are published late each calendar year, 5-6 months prior to the annual meeting of the AAG.

get involved

There are many ways to get involved with AnGSG.  Connect to our online community through our Google Group, contribute to the newsletter, enter the student paper competition,  present a paper in a sponsored session at the AAG, attend our annual business meeting at the AAG conference, run for a student representative position, or connect with a faculty mentor.  You can contact our graduate student representatives for more information on any of these programs.

Graduate and Undergraduate Programs

Connecting the Next Generation of Animal Geographers

The Animal Geography Specialty Group welcomes the active participation of students of animal geography at all levels: 

Meet the reps

Each year, two graduate student representatives are elected at the annual business meeting.  Calls for nominations will be posted on the Google Group.

For 2018-2019, your graduate student representatives are
Kalli Doubleday and Jenny Isaacs.