Join Us for GIS Day on November 17th!

GIS Day logoGIS Day 2010, November 17th

Please join us in celebrating GIS Day at Stanford University on November 17th, 12:30pm at the Y2E2 building!

For more information go to: https://lib.stanford.edu/gis-branner-library/gis-day-2010 .

GIS Day is held in over 45 countries around the world during Geography Awareness Week in order to showcase the work done those using GIS and geospatial technologies.

Stanford University, as part of its ongoing commitment to support the development and integration of geospatial technologies, is celebrating GIS Day with an Open House. The event will include a series of lightning talks, a Map Gallery featuring some of the best work by students across many disciplines and a "Where in the World" contest with prizes.

In addition to faculty and student speakers, featured guest speakers include GIS professionals from the Silicon Valley area, including Google and the US Geological Survey.

GIS Day provides a great opportunity to view work being done on campus by our diverse community of users.

Where: Y2E2 building, Rooms 101 and 105. Across from the Coupa Cafe. (Address: 473 Via Ortega Stanford, CA 94305)

Schedule:

12:30-3:10pm - Lightning Talks (Y2E2, Conference Room 101)

1:30-3:30pm - Map Gallery (Y2E2, Conference Room 105, in front of Coupa Cafe)

3:10-3:30pm - Awards

Who: Open to all public.