POSTPONED: CSW & Women in Geospatial: Connecting & Building Community
Unfortunately given the rapidly changing situation on campus with COVID-19 we are going to postpone the Women in Geospatial event to a later date.
We are committed to building a resilient community of Women in Geospatial on campus. If you are interested in staying up to date on future events, please continue to register below with your contact information so you don't miss out.
Thank you and we look forward to connecting with you at a future event.
Kiri Carini, firstname.lastname@example.org
Geospatial technology is more than making maps!
Geospatial technologies are becoming ubiquitous across disciplines and industries. From tracking disease and mapping election results to location analytics for real estate investment, using drones to survey habitat, and building software for apps like Uber or Apple Maps. Geospatial data & tools are all around us. It is data science, journalism, policy or simply making a map using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Geospatial data and tools drive most every aspect of our lives and the way we interact with each other and the world around us.
Hear from a panel of women on campus who use and teach GIS and learn how skills in GIS or geospatial technology might be applicable in your field of study.
This is your chance to discover what resources are available on campus to learn about geospatial technology and GIS and to meet people who are already using or teaching it.
Open to anyone on campus who uses or teaches GIS or is just curious!
We welcome individuals of all backgrounds and genders to share their experience and enthusiasm for geospatial technology and GIS. You'll help lay the foundation for a strong interdisciplinary geospatial and GIS community.
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to attend and learn how their field of study can use GIS.
Laura Bookman, MS-GIST (profile)
Research Scientist, University of Arizona Science Arizona Geological Survey
Martha Gomez-Sapiens, PhD
University of Arizona Postdoctoral Research Associate, College of Sciences, Geosciences
Victoria Sisk (profile)
PhD Student, School of Sociology
Stephanie Springer, MPH (profile)
Internship Director and Senior Lecturer, Department of Public and Applied Humanities
Senior Lecturer, Department of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Light refreshments will be served.
Co-hosted by the Commission on the Status of Women & University of Arizona Libraries
Related LibGuide: GIS & Geospatial Data by Kiri Carini
- Thursday, March 26, 2020
- 12:00pm - 1:30pm
- CATalyst Studios - Learning Studio B252/B254
- CATalyst Studios