As part of the SEAGA 2010 Conference in Hanoi later this year, a special workshop is being organised for young academics. You may click here to read more.
The page has been updated as of 1007 hrs (+8GMT) 24 June 2010. Please click here to access.
Check out the photographs of the event here.
The BGM was conducted on 23 February 2010 and the 3rd Executive Committee was elected into office. Please refer to About Us for details.
A new education forum has been scheduled for 2010. Please find out more by clicking HERE.
The first announcment of the 2010 Hanoi Meeting is finally here.
More information will be available soon.
Please visit the link at https://www.seaga.co.nr/seaga-2010 for more information.
We regret to inform you that Professor Ooi Giok Ling, President of SEAGA passed away on 5 October 2009.
The funeral wake is held at 98 Duchess Road, Spore 269022. The cortege will leave on Thursday, 8 October 2009 at 8.00 am for Mandai Crematorium Hall 2 for cremation at 9.00...
The Conference Committee of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) is pleased to announce the Institute’s annual Conference which is being hosted by the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences and the Australian Tropical Forest Institute at James Cook University in Cairns, Queensland.
Registration is closed!
As of now, more than 150 participants have registered, from schools, government departments and civil society. Report of the event will be available after 15 Feburary 2009.
Here is an update on transportation this Saturday.
For those driving,
The open space public carpark is for coupon parking only. It will cost $1.00 per half hour. Please also note that parking space is on a first-come-first-served basis.