[small]David DiBiase, Team Lead-Education, Esri[/small]At the Fourth Annual Geospatial Summit presented by the USC Spatial Sciences Institute on Friday, February 21, 2014, geospatial industry leaders David DiBiase and Clark Easter addressed the tremendous opportunities available to those who can lead and innovate in geospatial sciences and technologies. DiBiase, team lead for the education industry...
On Thursday, October 5, 2017, Dr. Jeremy Mennis, Professor of Geography and Urban Studies at Temple University, delivered the inaugural address in the Ph.D. Program in Population, Health and Place Colloquium Series. Dr. Mennis spoke on "GIS, the Environment, and Health Behaviors: Lessons from the Study of...Read more
Dr. Jennifer Bernstein, Lecturer of Spatial Sciences with the USC Spatial Sciences Institute, will give a lecture "On Mother Earth and Earth Mothers: Why Environmentalism has a Gender Problem" at Cornell University on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, from 12:20 - 1:10 pm in Emerson Hall 135. Her article on this topic was published by Breakthrough...Read more
Congratulations to USC Spatial’s Dr. Andrew Marx, Associate Professor of the Practice of Spatial Sciences, on his article Analysis of Panamanian DMSP/OLS nightlights corroborates suspicions of inaccurate fiscal data: A natural experiment examining the accuracy of GDP data now published in Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment. Dr. Marx's research focus is on improving...Read more
The USC Spatial Sciences Institute welcomes three new faculty members this fall. Dr. Jennifer Bernstein, lecturer, has research interests in American environmentalism, Western American environmental history, online teaching and learning, and California geography. Her most recent publications are Mother Earth and Earth Mothers: Why Environmentalism has a Gender Problem in Breakthrough Journal (June 2017) and...Read more