GIS Day 2019
Penn State GIS Day strives to bring together those who are working with GIS, geospatial technologies, remote sensing, maps, and location-based research on campus together to foster greater geospatial awareness on campus, within the community, and beyond. We encourage participation across disciplines to both new and experienced users of geospatial information.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
11am-12pm: Geospatial Technology Demo, Franklin Atrium
1:30m-2:15pm: Rachel Weeden, Esri, Foster Auditorium
Rachel Weeden works as a Team Lead and Solution Engineer at Esri, where she enjoys helping local governments improve the way they use GIS. Prior to Esri, she worked at the City of Philadelphia and Chester County PA as a GIS Specialist – a career path introduced to her as a Geography undergraduate at Penn State.
2:15pm-3:00pm: Lightning talks, Foster Auditorium
Lightning talks will be followed by a Tour of New Collaboration Commons and Research Informatics and Publishing with Refreshments to follow
Please contact Tara LaLonde (email@example.com) if you are interested in giving a lightning talk, ~5min in length.