Monthly Archives: November 2018

Jennifer Bernstein published in The Conversation

In her article published on Friday, November 16, 2018 in The Conversation, USC Spatial Sciences Institute Lecturer Jennifer Bernstein makes the case that “Yes, GPS apps make you worse at navigating – but that’s OK.” Bernstein posits that people are less likely to remember a route when they use guided navigation. Without their device, regular GPS users take longer…
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Douglas Fleming Wins Glovin Award

PHP Doctoral Student Douglas Fleming Wins Glovin Award Douglas Fleming, a third-year student in the Population, Health and Place Ph.D. program, has been awarded The 2018 Irving and Jeanne Glovin Award. Established by the Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation, the Glovin Award fosters research into the meaning and underlying principles for “good human conduct.”  Through this…
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EcoAusterity or Progress

USC Spatial's Dr. Jennifer Bernstein participated in a Ecomodernist podcast discussion on EcoAusterity or Progress: the state of the environmental movement and the widespread illusions within environmentalism concerning a return to nature as opposed to advancing to a higher level of civilization. Bernstein, a lecturer in the USC Spatial Sciences Institute, frequently comments on environmental…
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