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WELCOME TO THE 2022 AAG ANNUAL MEETING!
As AAG Executive Director Gary Langham shares in his welcome message, this year’s American Association of Geographers meeting is packed with sessions, networking opportunities, and special events designed to advance the discipline of geography and your careers. Geographers work toward durable solutions for the world’s most pressing problems, and the AAG is proud to partner with you. Thank you for all that you do.
We invite you to watch Gary’s highlights of this year’s meeting and overview of some AAG initiatives that support geographers year round, including a brand new AAG.org, continued COVID response measures like Bridging the Digital Divide, and justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
You can plan your schedule for the week by using the navigation menu above to explore abstracts and sessions, including plenary sessions spotlighting notable special guests. Browse by title, author, keyword, session type, event type, and theme to identify relevant topics and presenters that fit your interests. Networking opportunities abound this year:
Networking opportunities abound this year:
Visit Meridian Space, powered by the interactive Wonder platform, to join conversations and meet colleagues with similar interests, and to connect with AAG staff, enhance or begin your membership experience, and learn more about ways to get involved.
Find networking sessions in the full program here.
We also encourage you to download the AAG Annual Meeting app (look for your invitation email from firstname.lastname@example.org) to connect with others and make the most of your experience.
Don't miss dropping into the virtual exhibit hall where you can browse from booth to booth to discover new initiatives, compelling innovations, and relevant tools and services. The best solution for your toughest challenge may be at your fingertips here!
Use and follow the #AAG2022 hashtag on your social media networks of choice to connect and converse with colleagues.
Still need resources to help you make the most out of your online experience? From navigating this annual meeting program platform to setting up and using Zoom, our Tool Kit has the information you need to take advantage of all the conference has to offer. If you can't find what you're looking for, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Land Acknowledgement: We acknowledge that Manhattan, where we intended to hold this year’s meeting, is at the center of Lenapehoking--the Lenape homeland. We are honored to host Lenape Center for a talk on March 1 about their process of seed rematriation and its relation to land sovereignty.