Congratulations to current MSGIST student Amber Morin, who presented on her work with the Fort Huachuca Sentinel Landscape, as part of her Tony Gonzales Scholarship. Amber presented in the Arizona Geographic Information Council’s 2022 Education and Training Symposium in Prescott, AZ.
Dr. Lukinbeal has new essays in the recently released, "The Routledge Companion to Media and the City" (2022, isbn: 978-0-367-44111-1). Chapter 16: Land use mapping and the topologies of the cinematic city: San Diego's backlots from 1985-2005., Chris Lukinbeal Chapter 18: A Layered landscape of... Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Fernando Sanchez who has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position in Native American Studies and Environmental Studies at the University of Montana. He will also be the director of the Elouise Cobell Land and Culture Institute with the mission to advance... Read More
Congratulations to Evangeline Kyle (MSGIST 2020) who currently works as a Data Analyst for SeekOps Inc in Austin, Texas. SeekOps uses sensor technology with autonomous drones to provide field-proven measurement for methane leak detection and quantification to help combat climate change.
The 2022 ESRI User Conference in San Diego featured numerous UA GIST alumni representing their employers. We were all able to reconnect on the first day of the conference at Seaport Village! At the alumni event were: Matt Berube (City of Tucson)Matt Pyrzborski (BHP)Paul Keidel (Tucson Airport... Read More