The Art of Storytelling, with Geospatial Data
Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Nikki Inglis combines a background in journalism and geospatial science to tell important stories with big data. Her recent work reveals trends in wildland fire on National Park Service lands in Florida.
Where Fire is a Treatment, GIS Helps Prescribe It
Maps have always been essential to managing fires on public lands. New geospatial technologies go beyond paper maps to help federal agencies like the National Park Service treat and restore fire-dependent landscapes.
A New Way to Help Stop Insect Pests in Their Tracks
The spotted lanternfly is one of many invasive insect pests causing economic and ecological damage in the US. A new geospatial decision-support tool developed at NC State is helping managers to curb their spread.
Shenandoah National Park Announces Launch of Interactive Map “Exploring Shenandoah National Park History – One Tract at a Time”
Discover historic photos, letters, land records and stories related to Shenandoah National Park––all in a newly launched web mapping application created by Center for Geospatial Analytics researchers and students.
Celebrating Student Achievements 2018–2019
With another academic year drawn to a close, there is a lot to celebrate at the Center for Geospatial Analytics! Discover what our talented doctoral and professional master’s students have been up to over the past year.
Celebrating Faculty and Staff Achievements 2018–2019
The 2018-19 academic year was packed with achievements by our faculty fellows, research associates, staff and postdoctoral scholars. Learn more about the awards, popular press coverage and speaking engagements earned by our talented group of researchers.
Image Gallery: Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. Student Course Projects Shine
As part of their required Geospatial Computation and Simulation course, our first cohort of Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. students developed unique class projects and presented them in Hunt Library during the last week of Spring classes.
Congratulations to Our May 2019 Graduates!
At May graduation, 51 members of the Center for Geospatial Analytics community will be recognized for completing their graduate programs.
Meeting Real-World Needs with GIS Expertise
During their final semester, each master’s student in Geospatial Information Science and Technology completes a service-learning capstone project, working directly with a community or industry partner. This season, we celebrate the work of our May graduates.
Uniting to Collaborate on Disaster Response
A recent campus-wide workshop on research related to Hurricane Florence and other disasters united faculty, staff and students across NC State to learn from each other and collaborate on future work.