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Next Meeting - GIS Day!
Date and Time
Wednesday, November 19
8:30am - 3:00pm
Wesleyan University-Beckham Hall
Buy your own lunch available at Usdan Marketplace.
Keynote Speaker: Jonell Allen Robinson
Since 2005 Jonell Allen Robinson has been the Director of Syracuse Community Geography (SCG) at Syracuse University, the first organization of its type. SCG assists community-based organizations in analyzing geographic research topics. She leads teams of under-graduate interns and graduate research assistants to research such diverse topics as urban forestry, safe routes to school for children, and urban housing patterns. In 2010 she earned her PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill specializing in medical geography. Since 2012 she has also been an Assistant Professor of Geography in the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. She is an approved speaker in the Visiting Geographical Science Program and consults on community geography programs around the country. She will be speaking on “Collaborative GIS: Using GIS and Geospatial Technologies to Support Community-based Initiatives in Syracuse, NY."
Posters will be accepted and will hang in the Legislative Office Building in Hartford for the ENTIRE month of NOVEMBER!
Visit the 2013 Connecticut GIS Day page including the interactive map, speaker lineup, and poster gallery.
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