A Geographic Information Officer (GIO)–sometimes called a chief information officer or data manager–is responsible for managing geospatial data and related applications, such as GIS. At the state-level, a GIO’s role is essential for effectively coordinating...Read More
The IUPUI Office for Women has awarded Pam Blevins Hinkle, director of Spirit & Place Festival, “IUPUI Inspirational Woman” in its staff category. “It’s an honor to be recognized along so many talented women,” Blevins Hinkle said. “It’s a celebration of all the...Read More
The Polis Center’s Executive Director David Bodenhamer shares his expertise in spatial humanities in a recently published book, Deep Maps and Spatial Humanities. Part of the IU Press Series on Spatial Humanities, the book appeared in February 2015 and features essays that...Read More
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) are currently representing one of the most innovative and exciting new technologies for a vast number of civil geospatial applications. Teal Group estimates that the worldwide RPAS market will double over the next decade to represent an...Read More
The second issue of SAVI’s online magazine is now available. Find out about the many ways SAVI can help health care providers and sector service agencies operate more strategically and enjoy a greater impact on their local...Read More
Explore complex data on American religious history within this multimedia GIS framework.
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