Center Researchers Analyze Effects of Climate Change with Lenovo and Artificial Intelligence
The Center for Geospatial Analytics is partnering with the Lenovo Artificial Intelligence Innovation Center to leverage AI and geospatial image analysis to preemptively identify agricultural areas and crops that will be affected by flooding or droughts.
What Motivates College Students to Play Pokémon Go?
Playing Pokémon Go gets students moving, including those who aren't gamers. Public health experts at the Center for Geospatial Analytics say that's a good thing.
Researchers Get SALT-y Over Climate Change
An interdisciplinary team of College of Natural Resources researchers, including center Ph.D. student Lindsey Smart, are studying the connection between rising sea levels and vegetation die-off along the NC coast as part of the SALT Project.
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.”
Revealing the Research Possibilities of Virtual Reality
Imagine you are standing in a downtown city plaza, surrounded by tall buildings, steel sculptures, and storefronts. Perhaps it’s your lunch break, and you’ve come to the plaza to take a seat on one of its stone benches and eat […]
Popular Web Map Inspires Community to Explore Shenandoah National Park’s Roots
A web app collaboratively developed by the center and the National Park Service (NPS) is connecting the modern world with Shenandoah’s past. “Exploring Park History – One Tract at a Time” is an interactive web-based mapping application that allows viewers […]
Laura Belica Awarded NC Wildlife Federation Conservation Leadership Grant
Center Ph.D. student Laura Belica (Dept. of Forestry and Environmental Resources) has been named the 2016 recipient of the NC Wildlife Federation’s Conservation Leadership award. The $2,500 grant is given to “a student of exemplary merit” chosen for special recognition […]
Center Welcomes Record Number of Incoming MGIST Students at Fall Orientation
Last Friday, the Center community joined Associate Director of Professional Education Eric Money in welcoming over two dozen new students to the professional master’s program in Geospatial Information Science & Technology (MGIST) at their all-day on-campus orientation. The MGIST program admits a […]
Ph.D. Student Lindsey Smart Awarded $10,000 Fellowship to Study “Ghost Forests”
Center Ph.D. student Lindsey Smart has been awarded a $10,000 fellowship from NC Sea Grant / NC Space Grant to study the connection between rising sea levels and vegetation die-off along the North Carolina coast. Her research concerns the emergence […]
Building Adaptive Capacities of Human Communities in Minnesota
Center Faculty Fellow Jordan W. Smith and graduate students Karly Bitsura-Meszaros and Allie McCreary are working on a participatory research project focused on building the adaptive capacity of natural resource dependent communities in northern Minnesota. Karly, a recent graduate of […]