The Association of American Geographers (AAG) has announced the winning entries in its “Geography Matters” video contest. The contest, an event leading up to AAG’s Annual Meeting in New York City, asked entrants to make a video highlighting “the difference that geography has made in your life, your career, your community, the world.”
Kieran O’Mahony’s video “Geography Matters: Today More than Ever” won first place. He won $250, complimentary AAG Annual Meeting registration, and a free one-year AAG membership.
NCGE Past President Joseph Kerski won honorable mention for his video “Geography Matters.” For the complete list of winning entries and links to the videos, visit the AAG Video Competition webpage. Congratulations to all of the winners who are spreading the word that, yes, geography does matter!