The World Health Organization (WHO) has requested the assistance of GISCorps to support their West Africa Ebola response activities. WHO is the United Nations agency responsible for directing, coordinating, and leading health activities within the United Nations system and around the world. For the Ebola crisis, WHO and the UN have established the first-ever UN … Read more
Next week is National Geography Awareness Week! Come celebrate with events on campus Monday and Wednesday… All events free and open to everyone. Monday, November 17 Allen Carroll, ESRI Seminar title: “Story Maps: Geo-Enabled Storytelling in the Digital Age” 3:00 pm, with reception to follow Woodhead Lounge (Exley Room 184) Wednesday, November 19 (GIS … Read more
Go to the Jobs and Internships page to see the updated list of available GIS jobs and internships.
Are you interested in using GIS in the future in your teaching or scholarship? Do you have a couple of projects underway and want to know if GIS is a suitable tool to analyze or visualize the information? Interested in maintaining a GIS teaching and faculty support presence on campus? If so, come to the … Read more
Go to http://mappingideas.sdsu.edu/mashup/ to submit your map mashup!
An interactive map to visualize changes in eight census data sets between the 1990 Census, 2000 Census, and 2012 ACS Survey. The data sets: Total population; Percent 65 and older; Foreign-born population percentage; Percent of the population with a high school degree or higher; Percent with a bachelor’s degree or higher; Labor force participation rate; … Read more