Monthly Archives: May 2019

Register now for K-12 Teaching With Geospatial Tech Workshop

Dr. Katsuhiko Oda, assistant professor (teaching) with the USC Spatial Sciences Institute and Dr. Thomas Herman of the California Geographic Alliance announce that registration is now open for a three-day workshop for K-12 school teachers on teaching with geospatial tech. In this workshop, teachers will learn how geographic knowledge, skills and reasoning can be enhanced…
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An-Min Wu elected as Dornsife Faculty Council Secretary

An-Min Wu, lecturer in the USC Spatial Sciences Institute, has been elected to be secretary of the Faculty Council of the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences for the academic year 2019 - 2020. In this capacity, Wu also will represent the USC Dornsife Faculty Council at the University's Academic Senate. In 2018 - 2019…
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Julie Ho

Meet Julie Ho: I've always been interested in the environment from an early age and have always loved immersing myself in nature, whether it be hiking through national parks or just helping out at the community garden. Growing up near lots of forests, agriculture, and a growing suburban setting in the Midwest, I have seen…
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Nicholas Foster

From his time in the Marine Corps, Nicholas Foster served and traveled the world to many distant countries, sparking his divine interest in geography and the natural world. During his tour, he became a certified SCUBA diver and pursued an intense fascination with marine and physical systems. At the completion of his service to his…
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