Position: Ecological data management intern (6 month appointment with opportunity for extension)
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December 5: Introductory GIS students (E&ES 281) present their community-based service-learning projects to their community partners, classmates, and the campus and local communities. This year, groups worked with Wadsworth Mansion, Connecticut Forest & Parks Association, City of Middletown, and Fearless Fund. Talks begin at 1:30 pm.
Have you ever wanted to influence and improve the effectiveness of geospatial data at the national level? Are you detail-oriented and committed to producing high-quality data products? Join us as we lead the development of new and improved national geospatial transportation products in the era of big data.
States generally experienced higher voter turnout this year, compared with previous years. From https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-2018-midterms-in-4-charts/.
“The United States of Apathy” map showcases the dramatic effect of low voter turnout in U.S. elections.
Join the celebration of geography, mapping, and spatial data analysis at the annual International GIS Day on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Many Wesleyan faculty, students, and staff apply geographic information system (GIS) technology to their geospatial data visualizations and analyses. Come learn what GIS is and what it can do for you – join us … Read more