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IGIC Webinar: Geographic Information Mr Spock?
Thursday, December 10, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Category: Webinars

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Registration Deadline: December 10 1:55 pm

In 2020, the Indiana Geographic Information Council surveyed GIS practitioners regarding their employment experiences.  During this free IGIC webinar Paul Turner-Smith and Kathy Lamb Kozenski, from IGIC's Education Committee, will talk about the background to the survey, present detailed findings from the subsequent report and discuss some of the implications for Indiana's GIS user community.  Join us as we explore how to 'live long and prosper' in GIS! 

Presenters: Paul Turner-Smith and Kathy Lamb Kozenski

Paul Turner-Smith has chaired IGIC's Education Committee for several years, organizing IGIC's webinars, conference workshops and more. Paul also develops business opportunities for interactive story-mapping in forest projects and for earth observation analysis. Before moving to Indiana Paul worked in communications, program management, policy and governance in the UK government. During an eventful 12 years Paul tackled fuel poverty, disaster risk-reduction and the climate crisis, set up the UK's Green Investment Bank and had a leading role in the governance of European satellite infrastructure.

Kathy Lamb Kozenski is the Executive Director of Geography Educators' Network of Indiana (GENI). Kathy has been engaged in Education for almost thirty-five years, with over three decades in Geography Education and more than 20 years in IGIC's Education Committee. Kathy graduated with a B.S. from Purdue University in Atmospheric Physics and Agriculture (Climatology, before folks knew "what" that was!) and obtained her Education License from Indiana University (math, sciences, physics). Kathy has participated/presented/coordinated in hundreds of workshops, conferences, and professional development opportunities at the local, state, national, and global level; published/edited/contributed to many articles, books, lesson plans/activities/ancillary materials and more to enrich the teaching and learning of Geography and GIS. Kathy is a passionate believer in the possibilities from interfacing the geospatial community with the PK-16+ community.


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