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Practicing Geography & GIS Week Present: Alumni Connections

via Zoom

Alumni Connections: Applying Geographical Knowledge & Learning About Life After Clark How does one transition from undergraduate to professional? How does one build a professional network? How can students best […]

Practicing Geography & GIS Week Presents: MAPATHON!

Jefferson 131 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA, United States

MAPATHON In collaboration with NEURISA Professional Association - New England Urban & Regional Information Systems Association Support relief work through crowd-sourced mapping projects! Open to all of IDCE, food and refreshments will be provided! This event will be held in Jefferson 131, the MS-GIS Lab, from 6-8pm. Practicing Geography Week is a week of events […]

Practicing Geography & GIS Week Presents: Geospatial AI

Jefferson 218

GEOSPATIAL AI Join Professors Lyndon Estes and Hamed Alemohammad as they share their insights on Geospatial Technology and how it ties into and advances Artificial Intelligence, or AI. This event will be held in Jefferson 218 from 4:15-5:30pm. Light refreshments will be served. Practicing Geography Week is a week of events centered around Geography, Global […]

Geography Colloquium: Dillon Mahmoudi, University of Maryland – Baltimore County

Jefferson 218

Landscapes of Knowledge: Citizen Science, Knowledge Production, and Racial Capitalism Citizen science has the potential to engage non-scientists in scientific research, thereby fostering a better understanding of science among the public. The use of citizen science as a method for collecting large amounts of data over wide geographic areas has resulted in significant advancements in […]

Geography Colloquium: Anji Seth, University of Connecticut

Jefferson 218

What will it take to stop Global Warming? The science of global warming is irrefutable. Humans are the driving force underlying global warming, and we have the knowledge and ability stop it. This talk will briefly review the scale of action needed to stabilize global climate in accordance with the Paris Agreement. We will ask […]

CUGA General Interest Meeting

Jefferson 220C

The Clark Undergraduate Geography Association, CUGA, General Interest Meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 27th at 5:30 in Jefferson 220C. Show up to get to know the club; consider one of the council or committee positions; and share project ideas and brainstorm. Light refreshments provided.