Moving to King’s College London

In exciting news, I am taking up a new position in the Department of Geography at King’s College London in September.

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Bush House: home of King’s Geography (and my new office)

Founded in 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (and featuring a duel, no less!), King’s is the fourth oldest university in the UK, and is one of the world’s top 25 universities.

KCL has one of the strongest Geography departments globally, with research and education that extends across physical, environmental and human geography. I will be in the Environmental Dynamics theme, connecting hydrological, geomorphological, atmospheric and ecological processes – right where I love to be!

Based at the Strand campus, with views over the Thames, it is hard to be more central – not just literally in terms of London itself, but figuratively too. As a global city, London is a hotspot of education, research, culture – and has incredible connections with the rest of the world.

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No excuses not to visit if you’re ever in London

If you’re interested in working or studying with me, or would like to visit, please do get in touch.

[My KCL email address isn’t yet up and running, but my University of Melbourne email will remain active, so that’s a good one to go with for now: catfordj<at>unimelb.edu.au].

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