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NEURISA Day 2020 Conference Proceedings

  • 15 Feb 2021
  • 15 Oct 2021
  • Online


  • Standard price for anyone who is not a member of URISA.
  • Discounted price for students, educators & active URISA members. URISA members should provide their member number.

Registration is closed

Registrants will receive a link to the NEURISA Day 2020 Conference Proceedings, which include recordings of the:

  • President's Welcome with excerpt from a conversation with Esri's Jack Dangermond
  • Panel Discussions on:
    • GIS & Education with National Geographic panelists Faye Gore and Brandi LeRoy
    • Social Justice and Equality with Aisha Jenkins (Esri), Carley Anne Critser Fitzgerald (Women in GIS), Greg Babinski (King County GIS)
    • Climate Change with Chris Seidel (Martha's Vineyard Commission), Joseph W. Kane (Brookings Institute), and Katherine Watkins (City of Cambridge Public Works Department)
    • GISP Certification with Thad Dymkowski (Town of South Windsor, CT) and Jay Metzger (NEURISA President)
    • Top Three Things GIS Professionals Should Do to Give Back with Shannon Donovan (CTE and STEAM Coordinator), Peter Stetson (Rhode Island teacher), and Robert Puskas (Blackhawk School District assistant principal)
  • Geolunch Roundtable discussing "aha" moments in GIS
  • NEURISA Day Vendor Introductions
  • Keynote on Data Ethics by Rebekah Jones of The COVID Monitor
  • Closing Remarks

The recordings will be available until NEURISA Day 2021 this fall.

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