CAGIS Virtual Seminar Series 9/9/22 : Urban Forestry and Environmental Injustice: Past, Present, and Future with Dr. Dexter Locke

CAGIS Virtual Seminar Series 9/9/22 : Urban Forestry and Environmental Injustice: Past, Present, and Future with Dr. Dexter Locke

   September 8, 2022
Our first CAGIS Virtual Seminar of the year is being held in cooperation with the Geography and Earth Science's Speaker Series on September 9, and the topic couldn't be more timely. I invite you to attend a Zoom presentation by Dr. Dexter Locke of the USDA Forest Service entitled
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Stephanie Potochnick on Advancing Latino Children's Access to Early Education

Stephanie Potochnick on Advancing Latino Children's Access to Early Education

   April 22, 2022

Dr. Stephanie F. Potochnick, Department of Sociology, Charlotte presents highlights from two different projects, both of which focus on advancing young (age 0-5) Latino children’s overall well-being.

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GIScience in a Hybrid Physical-Virtual World with Dr. Shih-Lung Shaw

GIScience in a Hybrid Physical-Virtual World with Dr. Shih-Lung Shaw

   March 19, 2022
Please join us on Friday, April 1,for a joint GES Speaker Series/CAGIS Virtual Seminar that highlights a key research horizon representing both a barrier and an opportunity: examinations of Hybrid Physical-Virtual Worlds, aka "The Metaverse."
 
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CAGIS funded to help map COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County

CAGIS funded to help map COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County

   February 16, 2022
02/09/2022 CAGIS researchers have been awarded new funding from Mecklenburg County Health Department to help monitor the progress of COVID-19. The funded project is entitled “Analyzing samples of COVID-19 within Mecklenburg County”. Along with Drs. Cynthia Gibas, Jessica Schlueter, and Kevin Lambirth...
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CAGIS Receives Award to Evaluate Roadway Conditions using Mobile, Spatial Computer Vision

CAGIS Receives Award to Evaluate Roadway Conditions using Mobile, Spatial Computer Vision

   February 7, 2022

02/04/2022 Executive Director Wenwu Tang announced today that the Center for Applied Geographich Science (CAGIS) will receive substaintial funding from NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to explore new ways to streamline roadway maintence and safety sign using computer vision and ...

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