Acadia 2017 Student Scholarship Awards Announced
Ph.D. student Payam Tabrizian has won a scholarship to attend the 2017 conference of ACADIA, an international network of digital design researchers and professionals.
Where a Great Idea Can Take You
Ph.D. student Ashwin Shashidharan interned with the world’s top GIS software company this summer and continues to gain recognition for his award-winning research in computer science.
A Passion for Solving Puzzles
Stacy Supak, an online instructor for the Center for Geospatial Analytics' MGIST program, loves solving problems in the most efficient way possible and enjoys teaching others to do the same.
InVision Raleigh Lets Urban Planners See the Future
Center researchers led by faculty fellow Perver Baran partnered with a team from the City of Raleigh to create a revolutionary 3-D tool on the web for visualizing development alternatives.
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.
New Enrollment in Online Master’s Degree Breaks Previous Record
This Fall, the center welcomes its largest group of new students to the professional master's program in Geospatial Information Science and Technology. Thirty-nine students are newly enrolled, breaking last Fall's record of 32.
Service Learning in Action
During their final semester, each master's student in Geospatial Information Science and Technology completes a service-learning capstone project.
Getting in Touch with the Designer in All of Us
Payam Tabrizian is a landscape architect and Ph.D. student in Design, but he firmly believes that designing landscapes shouldn’t be limited to the professionals. His research bridges disciplinary gaps between design and the geospatial and cognitive sciences.
Center Graduate Students Inducted into Forestry Honor Society
Four students from the Center for Geospatial Analytics were recently inducted into Xi Sigma Pi, the Forestry Honor Society, during the local chapter’s 77th annual banquet held at the NC State University Club on April 4. Honorees affiliated with the […]