These are all places that I will speak at in the 2022-2023 academic year. And Missouri State! I am so grateful to have the opportunity to be invited to speak at these amazing places this academic year. This is especially important since this is my first year as a tenure track Assistant Professor! I spoke … Continue reading Invited Presentations #Booked&Busy- Updates!
Yesterday I got the notification that my proposal was accepted for participation in the Second National Conference for Justice in Geosciences. I am ecstatic. The mission of this gathering is so close to my heart as an incoming faculty member at Mississippi State University. As a human geographer who uses GIS, but also as a … Continue reading #SNC Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience
My coverage of the ESRI Federal GIS User Conference coming up January 28-31. I will be there assisting ESRI with tech set-up as well as conference logistical support. Find out more here about this exciting gathering. Note: Because of the current government shutdown I was unsure if ESRI would continue to go forward with the … Continue reading Stay Tuned For…
In my pursuit of locating pertinent GIS data for my historical inquiry I contacted Fred Wurster a hydrologist at the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Over the past year he and I have corresponded about conservation efforts, environmental policy, and geographic information specific to the refuge. Last week (week of July 4) I visited … Continue reading 1890 Shaler Map- Crude Georeference
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This video is from an invited lecture I gave at the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas in February 2017. Special thanks to my friend and colleagues Brian Rosenblum and Phil Stinson. (click Lecture) Lecture
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