GIS Day 2021

Discovering the World Through GIS!
Celebrate GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and the difference it is making on campus and around the world! GIS Day has been celebrated around the world since 1999 and provides an international forum for users of all kinds to showcase their applications and demonstrate the difference that it is making in our society.

GIS Day 2021 at the University of Redlands Wednesday, Nov. 17th

11:00am – 1:30pm: GIS Day Showcase (Center for Spatial Studies)

Have fun, get inspired, and learn! Students, faculty, and staff demonstrate how GIS technologies are making a difference. Hunsaker Plaza

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Fly a Drone! Workshop (Dr. Steve Moore)

Learn drone rules and safety + hands-on drone flying. Lewis Hall GeoLounge

3:00pm – 3:30 pm: Live Stream of Campus Drone Flight (Steve Moore & Nate Strout, Center for Spatial Studies)

Join us as we fly around campus and live-stream the video feed! Get a birds-eye view of campus and see some special guests along the way!

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm: MS GIS Colloquium (GIS  Department Grad Students)

Current students in the MS GIS program present their Major Individual Projects (MIPs). Appleton 116
  • 4:00pm: “Mapping Marine Mammals: A Toolkit for the Southern California Bight” Tanessa Hartwig
  • 4:12pm: “Visualizing Archaeological Data in a Space-Time Cube Environment” Jordan Hooey
  • 4:24pm: “A Facilities Management Solution for Montessori in Redlands” William Mertens
  • 4:36pm: “Calculating Wetland Interspersion Using Satellite Imagery” Jessica Sustaita
  • 4:48pm: “Legendary: Identifying the different kinds of legends used in cartography” Aubrianna Kinghorn