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Research Opportunity: NASA’s Planetary Geology and Geophysics Undergraduate Research Program (PGGURP)

NASA is looking for qualified geology undergraduates to spend 8 weeks this summer working with NASA-funded scientists on their research. We’ll cover students’ transportation and cost-of-living expenses, as well as provide a stipend. 37 more words


Crossing with a lot of apprehension

As an urban designer, there is a set of softwares and tools I rely on for my urban projects. Yet, the best method I came across is simple observation of the physical environment and, if it’s applicable, of people’s behaviour. 854 more words


Questions for Project Proposal Workshop

Instructions: Answer these questions with your group members.

1. What methodology are you using for your project? (GIS, visualizations, digital archive, digital edition, distant reading/topic modeling) 154 more words

Digital Humanities

Agriculture Co-op Resurgance in Australia

Readers of my past posts have seen my ideas of partnering farmers together in co-ops to spread the costs out for UAV flights among many farmers.  92 more words


GIS Day: Experts meeting today at State Capitol to show off high-tech mapping

Today (November 19) is GIS Day, an opportunity to salute the many dedicated technicians who use geographic information systems (GIS) technology to help us see the world around us in new ways. 169 more words


Make Your Own Maps: DIY on GIS Day

Today’s the 15th annual GIS Day, “the annual salute to geospatial technology and its power to transform and better our lives” with over 700 events… 406 more words


Happy GIS Day!

It is finally that one special day in November for which everyone is thankful, and warm sentiments can be found in people all over the world — … 767 more words