GISAB in the News

The Center for Business GIS and Spatial Analysis (GISAB) was founded within the School of Business of at the University of Redlands in August 2011 following a year of intensive review of the Center’s plan. Professor James Pick was appointed as the Founding Director. In its plan to grow and develop over the next five years, GISAB will interact with other educators and scholars, students, and business practitioners who will offer case studies and experiences that can inform research and teaching in business GIS.

New Research and Publications

GISAB faculty affiliate Dr. James Pick was quoted in a news report on Big Data and GIS by 89.3 KPCC.  The news report can be found here.

Information on Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership Implementation Strategy Grant awarded to Coachella Valley Economic Partnership (with University of Redlands as co-applicatnt) can be found here.

James Pick was visiting scholar in Department of Information Systems at City University of Hong Kong in fall of 2012, as part of his sabbatical leave. He gave seminars and workshops at City University, Chinese University, and Lingnan University on China's geographic digital divide and business GIS, and was involved in active research projects, some with Chinese collaborators. In mid October, he was invited scholar for 10 days at the Institute of Policy and Management of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, where he developed plans for a collaborative research project and gave seminars on China's and Japan's digital divide and on GIS analysis of megacities. He has had corporate interactions with Lenovo, Esri China, and Microsoft, learned many things about China and Hong Kong, and enjoyed making new friends. On his return to U.S. in mid November, he will be visiting researcher at UC Irvine, returning to University of Redlands in mid March.

Professor Pick with Dr. Rongping Mu, Director-General of Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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How large is the main campus?
160 acres

The campus of the University of Redlands covers 160 acres.