School of Geography

News from the School of Geography

Student Voice: My Freshers Experience
12 September 2019

By Katie Mulherin, 2nd Year Environmental Science student

What can Love Island tell us about the history of love?
16 July 2019

Our Associate Professor Dr David Geiringer explains all in his article in the Metro 

BBC News: Toxic Landfill Warning
16 July 2019

Researchers from the School of Geography featured on BBC News

headshots of people School of Geography Alumni Profiles
17 May 2019

Learn what our Alumni go on to do, in our Queen Mary School of Geography alumni profiles featured on the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) website

1st place: South East © Justina Naravaite Worldview 2019: Winners Announced
22 March 2019

All current and former students and staff of the School of Geography were invited to submit images to the School's annual photo competition, Worldview, in five categories: Boundaries, City Life, Resilient Earth, My Place in the World and My Time at Queen Mary.

Announcing New London NERC DTP Studentship Projects for 2019
6 February 2019

The School of Geography at Queen Mary University of London is announcing an exciting opportunity for a four-year, NERC DTP funded PhD position

stockholm cityscape Worldview Photo Competition 2019 Now Open for Submissions
1 February 2019

Our annual Worldview Photo Competition is back for 2019!

Petticoat lane street sign Globalisation and the fabric trade in East London
28 January 2019

A new Human Geography video made in partnership with Time for Geography

Research on Coastal Erosion at Historic Landfill Sites Highlighted on BBC
10 December 2018

Professor of Environmental Geochemistry, Kate Spencer, and School of Geography Honorary Research Fellow, Dr James Brand shared their research on coastal erosion at historic landfill sites on this week's Countryfile