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Monday, May 15 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Enhance Your Research with Geospatial Analysis LIMITED

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AU researchers in diverse disciplines discuss how employing Geographic Information Systems has enhanced their existing research process. Learn about the benefits of GIS to their research, the challenges faced, and gain insight into how these systems might complement your research process.

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Meagan Snow

Program Director, Geospatial Research Support, American University Library

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Michael Alonzo

Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science, American University
Mike Alonzo is a geographer specializing in satellite and airborne remote sensing of the terrestrial environment. His work falls mostly into one of three categories: 1) Urban ecosystem analysis using fusion of hyperspectral imagery and lidar data, 2) Characterization of boreal forest... Read More →
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Michael Bader

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, AU College of Arts & Sciences
Michael Bader studies how cities and neighborhoods have evolved since the height of the Civil Rights Movement. He links long-term patterns of neighborhood racial change to the ways that race and class influence the housing search process. He has developed methodological tools that... Read More →
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Malini Ranganathan, American University

Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University
Dr. Ranganathan is a critical geographer with a special interest in postcolonial cities. Her scholarship is concerned broadly with the political economy of the urban environment and sits at the intersection of human and urban geography, cultural anthropology, and critical development... Read More →

Monday May 15, 2017 9:30am - 10:30am
Graduate Research Center Classroom, B60