Temple University's Department of Geography and Urban Studies is excited to once again participate in GIS Day, the international celebration of geographic information systems and its wide applications to make a difference in our society. This is a FREE event!
Stop by for an hour, or stay for the whole day. All events will be held in Charles Library, 1900 N 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
1 pm: Welcome & Lightning Talks
2 pm: Keynote: "Landscape lessons: Tales of GIScience shaping public policy and public policy shaping GIScience" David Tulloch, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture in Rutgers’ School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
3 pm: Lightning Talks
4 pm: GIS and Public Policy Panel:
Heidi Grunwald, Director at Institute for Survey Research, Co- Director at Center for Public Health Law Research
Megan Heckert, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning at West Chester University of Pennsylvania
David Long, GIS Manager at Montgomery County
Michelle Schmitt, Senior Policy Analyst at Reinvestment Fund
5 pm: Poster Session + Reception
RSVP Here: https://goo.gl/forms/xk8Dsl6zILwoi3Dq1
(No need to rsvp via GeoPhilly)
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.