Wesleyan alum Sophie Breitbart (’16 BIOL), currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto, is corresponding author on a peer-reviewed paper describing a story map lab exercise that can be used to teach undergrads about disease ecology by modeling the spread of a norovirus outbreak over time. Sophie T. Breitbart … Read more
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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.
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
The Wesleyan GIS Assistant Program pairs a GIS-savvy undergraduate student with a Wesleyan faculty member to assist with GIS-related aspects of a course or a research project. This semester’s assistants include: Azher Jaweed ’19 History & Environmental Studies Jenny Aguilar ’19 Sociology with Data Analysis minor … Read more
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Louisa Winchell, Matt Shelley-Reade, and Sam Raby presented visual geographies through story maps at Wesleyan’s Visualizing Knowledge Exhibition. Sam’s “The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project: Mapping Relocation” story map won 3rd prize. Read more at http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/05/12/students-showcase-research-at-visualizing-knowledge-exhibition/.
Students in Advanced GIS (Spring 2017) presented the culmination of their semester long projects. See below for examples of their work…