The Dudley Stamp Memorial Award offers a number of £500 grants every year for PhD students or postdoctoral researchers.
Lawrence Dudley Stamp (1898-1966) was an internationally renowned British geographer who served as President of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Institute of British Geographers. His Land Utilisation Survey of Great Britain in the 1930s and 1940s, a modern Domesday Book, sought to classify land use in Britain, and was undertaken with the help of enthusiastic teachers and school children who carried out much of the survey work.
Dudley Stamp worked to popularise the discipline of geography, and played a key role in promoting the teaching of the subject in schools. He travelled widely, assisting in the setting up of numerous land use surveys, while his reputation drew postgraduates from around the world to work on his projects.
The Dudley Stamp Memorial Award was established in 1967 to enable geographers in the early stages of their careers to travel in support of their research. In 2016 the Dudley Stamp Memorial Fund became a linked charity of the RGS-IBG.
Preference will be given to research that leads to the advancement of geography and to international co-operation in the study of the subject. Applications are particularly welcome for projects which will strengthen links between geographers in the United Kingdom and those overseas.
Deadline: 23 November (each year)
The Dudley Stamp Memorial Award is given through the Postgraduate Research Awards scheme. Please read the application guidelines and send your application by email to email@example.com.
Morgan Saeg (Cambridge University). 'Equal Opportunities on Ice: Gendered institutional change in 20th century Antarctic science'
Paolo Strampelli (Oxford University). 'Informing large carnivore conservation and conflict mitigation strategies in Tanzania's Ruaha-Rungwa through large-scale assessments of status, distribution and threats'
Nida Rehman (Cambridge University). 'Urban Vectors: The Politics and Practices of Public Health in Lahore'
Jo Hickman Dunne (Loughborough University). 'People, Place, Process: Geographies of Outdoor Education in the Outward Bound Trust'
Jess Fisher (Kent University). 'Benefits of biodiversity: human-wildlife interactions in urban Guyana'
Gemma Ives (Sheffield University). 'A documentary reconstruction of the Indian monsoon from 1730 to present and its implications for society'
Emily Potter (Cambridge University). 'High-altitude meteorological analysis of the Khumbu Valley, Nepalese Himalayas'
Matthew Tomkins (Manchester University). 'Schmidt Hammer exposure dating (SHED): A new calibration curve for the Pyrenees'
Hadyn Thomas (Edinburgh University). 'Experimental assessment of growth and phenology of Arctic tundra shrubs'
Julia Kelly (Swansea University). 'GREENhouse GAs flux uPscaling (GREEN GAP) – improved understanding of key ecosystem processes using remote sensing and ground-based measurements'
Linley Hastewell (Portsmouth University). 'The effect of storm waves on boulder transport and shore platform evolution at Bembridge, Isle of Wight'
Dudley Stamp Memorial Award recipients 2016 (PDF)
Dudley Stamp Memorial Award recipients 2015 (PDF)
Dudley Stamp Memorial Award recipients 2014 (PDF)
The Walters Kundert Fellowship offers an annual grant of £10,000 to support post-PhD field research within Arctic or high mountain environments.
Grants of £1,500 for first year undergraduate geography students to participate in a fieldwork project.
An annual award of £5,000 to support geographical research at an international field centre.
Small grants for PhD students or postdoctoral researchers in the early stages of their careers.
By placing a booking, you are permitting us to store and use your (and any other attendees) details in order to fulfil the booking.
We will not use your details for marketing purposes without your explicit consent.
You must be a member holding a valid Society membership to view the content you are trying to access. Please login to continue.
Join us today, Society membership is open to anyone with a passion for geography
Cookies on the RGS website