The Ball State GIS Knowledge Group Presents:
From Historical GIS to Deep Mapping: The Emergence of Spatial Humanities
David Bodenhamer Ph.D.
Executive Director of the Polis Center at IUPUI
Thursday, April 17th
Since 1989, David Bodenhamer has been (founding) Executive Director of The Polis Center and Professor of History at IUPUI. He has served as strategic and organizational consultant to universities, government agencies, and not-for-profit and faith-based organizations across the U.S. and in Europe. An active researcher, Bodenhamer is author or editor of ten books and has published over 30 journal articles and chapters in books. He has made over 75 presentations to audiences on four continents on topics ranging from legal and constitutional history to the use of GIS and advanced information technologies in academic and community-based research.
Bodenhamer’s work in the new field of spatial humanities includes The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship (Indiana University Press, 2010) and the forthcoming title, Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (Indiana University Press, 2014), in addition to a number of published essays.
For more information about the event please contact Angie Gibson, GIS Specialist for the University Libraries, at email@example.com or 765-285-1097.
GENI/GIS Scholarship Oppt.
Geography / GIS students: Please consider submitting an application for a GIS Scholarship from the GITA Mid-Atlantic Chapter & the EnerGIS Conference.
Five $500 and one $1000 scholarships will be awarded.
The winner of our $1000 scholarship will be granted the opportunity to present his or her project to the EnerGIS conference this September!
Please complete the attached application and an abstract of your project or presentation!
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From Phil Worrall on the IGIC General Listserv:
This is an entry level GIS Technician position based in the Plainfield, Indiana office. Successful candidate will be responsible to post completed electric jobs in the Duke Energy GIS system. There is opportunity for advancement and increased responsibility in this position.
GIS Technician I (Basic Qualifications)
- Basic Qualifications
- Demonstrated a basic understanding of computers and various Microsoft office programs
- Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and schedule individual work activities.
- Demonstrated effective analytical, communication, and decision-making skills.
2. Desired Qualifications
- Associate Degree or higher in a GIS technology related discipline.
- Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated excellent multi-tasking skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and act as a self-starter.
- Demonstrated ability to manage conflict
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GIS Urban Tree Canopy Program
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Here is the link to the job posting:
You can also apply online through the company’s website:
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