As fellows at W&M’s Center for Geospatial Analysis, Kira Holmes ’17 and Colleen Truskey ’17 showed the power of maps.
Versatile and interactive, the GIS-driven storymap may become the quintessential communication medium of the 21st century.
For the past seven years, Dorothy Ibes has been using William & Mary’s outdoor space as a laboratory to understand the relationship between human health and human access to nature.
Inventorying every space on William & Mary’s campus, and then applying physical distancing regulations onto new and converted instructional spaces, has taken cooperation from departments far and wide.
Faculty with William & Mary’s Center for Geospatial Analysis instill graduate and undergraduate students with the skills and understanding to use mapping and visualization techniques in projects ranging from art history to field biology.
We were pleased to host the 1st annual Geospatial Research Symposium on Friday, March 23rd. The event consisted of 6 lightning talks from W&M students, a career panel of GIS experts to have a relaxed Q&A with students, and an informal networking session for students, faculty, and various GIS practitioners to make connections.
We were pleased to offer live audio and video streaming of Dawn Wright's visit to William & Mary on Thursday, February 14th at 4:00 p.m. (EDT). Photo courtesy of Esri.