Awards

John Welsted Award for Service to Geography in the Western Interior
This award is made by the Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers to individuals who have played leading roles in the advancement of geographical study, teaching, research, and application in the western interior. Normally one service award is made each year by the Executive Committee following a call for nominations among the members at large. Nominators will be requested to provide outlines of the nominee’s service to geography and secure a seconder for the nomination. The Secretary-Treasurer will circulate the call for nominations. The Executive Committee will meet to make its selection at the Fall Meeting of the Prairie Division. The award will be announced during the banquet at the conference. Past award winners.

John H. Warkentin Award for Scholarly Contributions to the
Geography of the Western Interior

This award is made by the Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers to individuals who have made outstanding scholarly contributions to the geography of the western interior. Normally one scholarly award is made each year by the Executive Committee following a call for nominations among the members at large. Nominators will be requested to provide a list of the nominee’s publications, an outline of his/her scholarly contributions, and to secure a seconder for the nomination. The Secretary-Treasurer will circulate the call for nominations. The Executive Committee will meet to make its selection at the Fall Meeting of the Prairie Division. The award will be announced during the banquet at the conference. Past award winners.

Prairie CAG Early Career Award
The award is made by the Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) to early career appointees, normally within five years of graduation from a PhD, who have made significant scholarly contributions to the discipline and/or demonstrated exceptional achievement in teaching. Normally one award is made each year by the Executive Committee following a call for nominations among the membership. Nominators will be requested to provide a statement of the nominee’s achievements and career potential, and to secure a seconder for the nomination. Nominees should be members of the Prairie Division of the CAG prior to the time of nomination. The Secretary/Treasurer will circulate the call for nominations. The Executive Committee will meet to make its selection at the Meeting of the Prairie Division. The award will be announced during the annual meeting. Past award winners.




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