The PGS Lecture Series is a forum where geographers and geography practitioners share their knowledges, expertise, advocacies, and best practices to a wider audience. The Series focuses on endeavors that intersect more broadly with applied geography in the Philippines and the Asia Pacific region.
First introduced in December 2020 as NCGS Lecture Series, the newly created PGS Lecture Series is a stand-alone undertaking to stimulate discussions, debates, and fruitful collaborations on the applicability of geographic research in the everyday facets of our increasingly technologically-mediated social lives.
- PGS Lecture Series 2021-10: Jonathan Villasper on mapping birds
- PGS Lecture Series 2021-09: John Ceffrey Eligue on vulnerabilities of the fisherfolk and farmer communities in Camotes islands
- PGS Lecture Series 2021-08: Juanito Berja on the prospects and potentials of food security in the Philippines
- PGS Lecture Series 2021-07: Soledad Dalisay on the role of cultural memory in disaster risk resilience
- PGS Lecture Series 2021-06: Lou Angeli Ocampo on hazardscape in a mining district in Benguet