GIS Day at Yale

November 9, 2016

On November 17, celebrate mapping innovations with the Yale GIS community from 8:30am-6:00pm in Kroon Hall and at the Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI). The full-day celebration — part of the international GIS Day — will include a GIS Colloquium, a Map Exhibition, training and networking opportunities, and a GIS Day Cake Celebration. Learn what is happening and how you can get involved in the geospatial world at Yale. This day includes a luncheon and MapChat Social.

Speakers include: Theodore R. Holford, Ph.D; Susan Dwight Bliss, Professor of Biostatistics and Professor of Statistics; William Rankin Ph.D, Assistant Professor of the History of Science; Meredith Reba, Lab Manager, Seto Lab; Larry Bonneau, Manager, Yale Center for Earth Observation and Research Associate, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics; and C. Dana Tomlin, Ph.D., Professor (Adjunct) of Forestry & Environmental Studies.

Please register in advance here, where more details about each event are also available.

Yale GIS Day 2016 is sponsored by the Center for Science and Social Science Information, the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, the Digital Humanities Lab and the Spatial Collective. All members of the Yale community are welcome.