2011 GeoBee winner.

Isaac N. Ozer an 8th grader from Windham Middle School won the New Hampshire State Geobee and will represent New Hampshire in Washington D.C. at the National Geographic Bee Competition on May 24-25. Fletcher H. Passow, Richmond Middle School,Grade 8, Hanover, NH...

National Council for Geographic Education News

Awards Submission Deadline is April 1, 2011 2011 NCGE Awards. Submit nominations today for the following awards: Distinguished Teaching K-12 Award Distinguished Teaching Higher-Ed Award Distinguished Mentor Award Outstanding Support for Geography Education Award...

Workshops

Archaeology Teacher Workshop Third through eighth-grade teachers interested in adding archaeology to their teaching toolkits are invited to attend a Project Archaeology Teacher Workshop on Friday, April 1, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Nashua Historical...

The Granite Geographer

The NHGA website has added a new page. The “Newsletter” page will be updated regularly with the latest editions of  The Granite Geographer; a newsletter filled with the latest news and updates by Geography enthusiasts and experts from around New Hampshire....

Roundup of Egypt resources through the Outreach Center

As the events in Egypt continue to unfold the Outreach Center will keep you informed about all relevant resources available both on-campus and on-line. Please find below links to current materials and events. A fact sheet on Egypt and Tunisia is now available at the...

Free 10 Day Trip to Japan for Educators!

Dear Educators, Hello and best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and prosperous 2011! Why not challenge yourself this new year with a trip next summer to Japan? This is a friendly reminder that applications for the 2011 Keizai Koho Fellowship Program must be...