11/14/2018: Tennessee State University and Morgan State University – Collaborative GIS Day Forum

Tennessee State University and Morgan State University – Collaborative GIS Day Forum

Wednesday, November 14

“The Maps of Black Folk: Geospatial Technologies in Professional Practice and Student Career Mapping”  

Time/Activity (Eastern Time)

12:10PM–1:35PM  – Student GIS Project Presentations
World Regional Geography II Students — “Mapping Southwest Asia and South Asia Climate Data using the ESRI Story Maps Platform” (live stream –https://www.facebook.com/geomental)

Aaliyah Shannon and Joey Batts, TSU US Department of Energy Environmental Justice Fellows – “Geographic Information Systems Scoping Methods for Health Impact Assessments (HIAs) for Four Gulf Coast Environmental Justice Communities” (live stream – ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/3625482653  Meeting ID – 362-548-2653

1:45PM – 3:05 PM – Student GIS Project Presentations
(live stream – https://www.facebook.com/geomental)
World Regional Geography I Students – “Mapping Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Atmosphere Protocol Data using ArcGIS Online” – Live, interactive learning activity with students at Stratford STEM Magnet High School.

6:05PM – 6:15PM – Welcome & Purpose of GIS Day (live stream – ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/129164461 )
Linda Loubert, PhD Chairperson & Associate Professor Economics Department Morgan State University

6:15PM – 6:30PM – (live stream – ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/129164461 )
“The Maps of Black Folk: Red, Green and other Symbologies of Racial and Class (Dis)Empowerment,” Mark Barnes, PhD Associate Professor/Coordinator History, Geography, and Museum Studies Department Environmental Studies Program Morgan State University

6:30PM – 6:45PM – (live stream – ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/129164461 )
“Geospatial Technologies in Professional Practice,” Brian Ivey, MS, Senior GIS Project Manager Office of Innovation and Technology, The City of Philadelphia and Danielle Chanté Burke, MS GIS Technician PECO Energy

6:45PM – 7:15PM -(live stream – ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/129164461 )
“Student Career Mapping in Geospatial Technologies,” David Padgett, PhD Associate Professor & Director Geographic Information Sciences Laboratory Tennessee State University

7:15PM – 7:30PM – (live stream – ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/129164461 )
Q & A, Reginald Archer, PhD, Assistant Professor of Agricultural Science,
Tennessee State University

8:00PM – GLOBE Mission Earth Webinar #2 – Using GLOBE Urban Heat Islands -Surface Temperature Field Campaign Data to develop a Research Question, Dr. David A. Padgett, Associate Professor of Geography, Tennessee State University

Description − Did you know that NASA uses your GLOBE data? Dr. David Padgett from Tennessee State University showcases the NASA satellites which collect surface temperature data and explains how that data is collected. In the teacher feature, Jeff Bouwman from Shumate Middle School, Gibraltar, MI will focus on how to get students to develop research questions. Dates & locations of GLOBE Research Symposia will be announced.

Register for the GLOBE Webinar here – https://zoom.us/meeting/register/8dda7b082013c71f7c24e00bf0acd2b8

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Website for the Black Geographies Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers.

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