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Welcome to the APCG Women's Network!

Who are we? Since being founded during a 1984 APCG Bodega Bay Retreat led by Dr. Margaret Trussel, the Women's Network has aimed to welcome, support, and convene women identifying scholars in Geography. In a field and profession traditionally dominated by men, the Women's Network serves as an immediate community for women identifying students, early career faculty, and individuals from traditionally underserved groups in particular. Nearly 40 years since its establishment, the Women's Network continues to provide not just community for women identifying geographers, but opportunity in the form of the annual Women's Network Small Grant. Every year this grant supports outstanding women-identifying undergraduate or graduate students in their research and participation in the APCG Annual Meeting.

Application for Margaret Trussell Scholarships for Women Students Pursuing Graduate Studies in Geograpahy

Women's Network Small Grants

List of APCG Women Presidents and Women's Network Coordinators

Congratulations to our 2023 Women's Network Student Awardees!

Donate to the Women's Network Grant and support students by clicking here:

Keep in touch:
Women's Network Facebook Page
Women's Network LinkedIN

Support our community! When registering for APCG, support membership and conference attendance for women identifying geographers by donating to the APCG Women's Network Small Grant? Donate to the Women's Network by clicking here:

Read more about the history of the Women's Network here.

Dr. Alana Rader, California State University Northridge,
Dr. An-Min Wu, University of Southern California,

Student Chair:
Chevon Holmes, University of California Davis,


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