Monthly Archives: April 2020

Jiawen Fang

Jiawen Fang is a Ph.D. student focusing on sustainable transportation. She is currently working on the social and environmental impacts of innovative technological interruptions such as Amazon Lockers, truck electrification and ride-sharing platforms. Jiawen Fang's academic journey started at Peking University in China with a bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning where she found that spatial…
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SSI Faculty Contribute to Award-Winning NGA and DoD Work

GRiD Program receives a 2020 USGIF Achievement Award The United State Geospatial Intelligence Foundation has recognized the Geospatial Repository and Data Management System (GRiD) program with its 2020 Achievement Award, Military Category, for its work in providing the Department of Defense (DoD), intelligence community and geospatial community with a centralized repository for the storage, discovery,…
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Tricia John

Tricia John - Earning a B.S. in Geology & Geophysics from the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa has given me the opportunity to comprehend the power of data analytics in the geosciences. During my undergraduate program, I became especially interested in a GIS course that had us going out into the field to collect and…
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Wanting Peng publishes in “Science of the Total Environment”

Wanting Peng, former visiting scholar with the Spatial Sciences Institute and the USC School of Architecture Landscape Architecture program, has published “What factors influence the willingness of protected area communities to relocate? China’s ecological relocation policy for Dashanbao Protected Area” in Science of The Total Environment (Volume 727, 20 July 2020, 138364). Peng is integrating…
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