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GIS Day 2013 at Stanford



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Please join us in our annual celebration of GIS Day at Stanford University for an interactive showcase of cutting-edge research using Geographic Information Systems and geospatial technologies.
The event will include a series of lightning talks by key Stanford professors and GIS professionals across the Silicon Valley, a Map Gallery featuring some of the best work by students and faculty across many disciplines, a “Where in the World” contest with prizes, and a geocache challenge. There will be food and beverages, contests, and many prizes!

Our keynote speaker this year is Kimberly Roberson, Chief of Field Information and Coordination at the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees).

When: Wednesday, November  20th, 2013. 11am (student pre-session). 1pm - Main Event. Approximate Duration: 4 hours.

Where: Hartley Conference Center, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building (397 Panama Mall, Stanford, CA 94305)

Audience: General Public, Faculty/Staff, Students, GIS Professionals

Tags: Science & Technology, Humanities, Environment, Visual, GIS, Geospatial

Sponsor: Stanford Geospatial Center at Branner Library

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