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Students in the winter session course E&ES271Z Mapping the Pandemic spent two and a half weeks critically evaluating existing maps and apps related to the current pandemic, learning how to use ArcGIS Online to analyze and visualize data spatially, and creating their own maps and apps. See below for a sampling of the story maps … Read moreMapping the Pandemic – students create web apps to visualize COVID-19 data
Census Geo products will begin being released today and continue over the next several weeks. The US Census Bureau typically releases the geographic information (shapefiles) BEFORE they release any data/estimates. Link to the release: https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2021/2020-census-geographic-products.html
The Gao Lab in Geospatial Data Science and Human Dimensions of Global Change at the University of Delaware invites applications for PhD and Postdoc positions.
The City of Norwalk (CT) currently has a position open for a GIS analyst. Go to link for more info and to apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/norwalk/default.cfm
Recruiting Ph.D. student in Health Geography; Social Justice at University of Connecticut-Storrs Associate Professor, Debs Ghosh from the Department of Geography and Institute for Collaboration on Health Intervention and Policy at the University of Connecticut-Storrs is seeking a motivated PhD student for her research lab, SAHI (Spatial Analysis of Health Issues). The position will begin … Read moreHealth Geography PhD positions at UConn