Catch up on the latest news and events from the NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics
Center for Geospatial Analytics News
September 17, 2021
UAVs and Christmas Trees
Growing Christmas trees is hard work. Could drone technology help? Our new partnership with NC State's Christmas Tree Extension Team will find out.
Learn why Christmas trees pose a unique challenge »
Partnerships in Problem-Solving
Each master's student in our Geospatial Information Science and Technology program works with a community partner to apply their skills to a real-world problem.
Explore this semester's 18 unique capstone projects »
Multiple positions for postdocs, research scientists and Ph.D. students are available for contributing to team-science projects transcending our five strategic research frontiers.
Review of applications begins January 20 »
Geospatial Tool Predicts Fire Risk
A custom geospatial tool is revolutionizing the way National Park Service fire managers in south Florida forecast fire risk and control wildfires.
Discover the impact »
Congratulations to Our Graduates!
At December graduation, NC State will award one Ph.D. in geospatial analytics, 18 professional master's degrees in GIST and 25 graduate certificates in GIS.
Meet our graduating students »
2019 Promoted and Tenured Faculty
Faculty fellows Emily Berglund, Brian Reich and Laura Tateosian were promoted this year, and Stacy Nelson became CNR's interim Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion. Fellows Paul Byrne and Bethany Cutts were newly tenured. Congrats to all!
See the full list of faculty promotions »
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