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Landscape of Geospatial Data & Social Sciences in Baltimore

REMINDER: tomorrow (11/20) at noon!

November 19, 2020 9:15 AM
The Landscape of Geospatial Data & Social Sciences in Baltimore City:
Applied GIS students host panel on social science & geospatial data work in Baltimore City.

Interested in learning more about the different types of geospatial/mapping data you can access for use in your Baltimore-based research?  We have invited two speakers from organizations in Baltimore City who work on producing geospatial datasets for public access, and whose organizations develop projects that make use of this information for understanding social dynamics in Baltimore.  

Join us for a panel session to learn more about the work of the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance (BNIA) and the Center for a Livable Future (based at JHU).  

  • Chery Knott
    BNIA / UBalt: GIS Project Manager
    UMBC alum:  BA Geography '07; MA Applied Sociology '13
  • Jamie Harding
    CLF/JHU: GIS Specialist, Food Communities & Public Health 

Panel facilitators: 
  • Brian Horlick-Cruz
    Geography & Environmental Systems graduate student
  • Maggie Holland 
    Associate Professor, Geography & Environmental Systems
Hosted by the Department of Geography and Environmental Systems.

This event will be recorded and will be made available with closed captioning on our YouTube channel and website following the event. 
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