Welcome to GGE

Coming to university is a big life change, and you may have questions about how you will be taught and what other opportunities are available to you as a university student. The following pages provide information on the transition to university study, support available in the School of GGE, as well as looking at some of the innovative ways we teach our subjects.

If you can't find the information that you are after, or you want to speak to a staff member, we encourage you to get in touch with us today via Unibuddy

The following staff are happy to answer any queries you may have today or over the coming months.

Antonia Law

a.c.law@keele.ac.uk

Lecturer in Geography and Careers Tutor for Geography and the Environment

Stuart Egan

s.s.egan@keele.ac.uk

Lecturer in Geology and Director of Geology Programmes

Helen Glanville

h.c.glanville@keele.ac.uk

Lecturer in the School of GGE, who can answer queries about the enironment courses we run

Richard Waller

r.i.waller@keele.ac.uk

Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography and Natural Sciences. Admissions tutor for the School 

 

 

Empowering students to make a difference

Keele is leading the sector in sustainability, not just in our ambitions to become carbon neutral by 2030, but also through out teaching and groundbreaking research into climate change and renewable technology. GGE's Professor Zoe Robinson discusses the opportunities that empower our students to get involved in sustainability at Keele

Research and impact

Our staff are all active within their disciple, and are actively engaged in research which helps to solve some of the world's pressing challenges. Read on to find out about the research we are involved in.