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SSI’s Geospatial Summit spotlights leadership and entrepreneurship

[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...
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Benny Friedman

I always like to say that I was born a geodesign student. Long before I ever knew the world of geodesign existed, I was making homemade maps on my bedroom floor, exploring new neighborhoods, and trying to design my own cities in my favorite computer game Sim City. Once high school came around I had...
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There goes the night

There goes the night

Artificial lights spell darker times for much of the planet’s wildlife — but it doesn’t have to be that way
By Stephanie Pain 03.23.2018
On September 23, 1887, eminent ornithologist Ludwig Kumlien climbed the 60-meter-tall tower adorning Milwaukee’s new architectural landmark, the Industrial Exposition Building. It was the perfect vantage point to watch for migrating...
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Monica Finnstrom

Spatial Studies offers the unique opportunity of bringing new insights to many different fields of study by applying spatial thinking. My interest in GIS stemmed from taking classes with the Spatial Sciences Institute, where I immediately became fascinated by its practicality and wide-spread application. As an Environmental Science and Health major, I found the Spatial...
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