[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...
I’ve always been interested in the environment, which is why I originally applied to USC as an Environmental Studies major. However, I quickly realized that I wanted to do more than just learn about the world around me. My goal is to find sustainable solutions that improve people’s standard of living and promote harmony between...Read more
Apply now for baccalaureate or graduate student scholarships offered by the Pacific Southwest Region of ASPRS, the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. Students pursuing a degree in any of the geospatial disciplines (GIS, remote sensing, photogrammetry or a closely related field) may apply. Each award will consist of a $1,000 check plus a one-year...Read more
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering from India followed by two years of work experience as a SAP consultant at Deloitte LLP. I realized my interest in informatics during a business analytics training I attended to learn the trending skills in technology industry. With the advancements in various technologies to collect geospatial data, there...Read more
The powerful applications of Geographic Information Science (GIS) and Systems are truly intriguing and abundant. The past couple years I have worked on multiple interdisciplinary research projects which have integrated GIS and spatial thinking with archaeological research, fieldwork, and data collection. I have chosen to major in Interdisciplinary Archaeology with minors in Human Security and...Read more