Center Faculty Fellow Jordan Smith led a series of training sessions on the use of immersive virtual environment technology at the University of South Australia in Adelaide. The week-long training event (February 9-13) provided Australian faculty a detailed review of how immersive virtual environment technology can be used as an innovative teaching and research tool. The University of South Australia is currently constructing a geovisualization lab modeled after the Center’s own Geovisualization Lab. Dr. Smith will offer abbreviated training sessions at the International Symposium for Sustainable Resource Management conference later this year.
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A Walk Around Campus
“NC State has a good network of greenways and walking trails that make it easy to go from place to place without leaving campus,” Aaron Hipp says. “There are free buses to get you to places on campus, and NC State is a certified bike-friendly university. All of those things help promote faculty and staff getting out of their offices and moving during their workday.”
Bedbugs and Mars: Graphics Winners of the 2017 NC State Research Image Contest
A Mars map by Faculty Fellow Paul Byrne won first place for graphics and illustration among faculty and staff in the 2017 NC State Research Image Contest.