Show other GeoPhilly members you're going by clicking the check mark on this page, but please register for GIS Day at Temple University on their site: https://goo.gl/forms/6aPy1RiSn0japwxp2
The Temple University Department of Geography and Urban Studies is excited to once again participate in GIS Day (sites.temple.edu/gisday), the international celebration of geographic information systems and its wide applications to make a difference in our society.
Stop by for an hour, or stay for the whole day.
11 am: Hands-on Workshop: "Extending your skills with ArcGIS Online" led by Esri's Lauri Dafner. This workshop is designed for students with an introductory knowledge of GIS. Limited space available and you must bring your own laptop. Registration is required (https://goo.gl/forms/62zHOqwTJEem8fwP2). Location: GIS Studio, 1st Floor Gladfelter Hall
1 pm: Lightning Talks
2 pm: Keynote: “Mapping to Support a Fair and Accurate 2020 Census and Beyond” with Steven Romalewski of CUNY Mapping Center
3 pm: Lightning Talks
4 pm: GIS Jobs Panel
5 pm: Poster Session + Reception
View our full schedule here (https://sites.temple.edu/gisday/schedule/).
Learn more about Temple graduate coursework in GIS: https://www.cla.temple.edu/geographic-information-systems/graduate/
Contact Liz Janczewski at [masked] for more information.
We're happy to support our friends at the Temple University Department of Geography and Urban Studies by posting their GIS Day event (sites.temple.edu/gisday).