Catch up on the latest news and events from the NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics
Center for Geospatial Analytics News
September 17, 2021
Enhancing the Online Learning Experience
Stacy Supak teaches half of the credit hours at the center. With a new DELTA fellowship, she will investigate how experiences in online courses affect student success.
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The Value of a Geospatial Analytics Education
Graduate school application season is in full swing. Find out where the Center for Geospatial Analytics stands when it comes to providing an exemplary doctoral education.
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Decimated by Hurricanes, Rural America Needs Our Help
In an opinion piece to The New York Times, Faculty Fellows Andy Fox and David Hill describe the need for a shift from reactive to proactive approaches to disaster response.
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Does Our Built Environment Impact Our Health Behaviors?
Faculty Fellow Aaron Hipp was a recent guest on the National Recreation and Park Association's Open Space Radio, describing some of his latest research.
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Upcoming Events: Geospatial Forum
The final three Geospatial Forum presentations of Fall 2018 cover topics ranging from innovations in drone technology to discovering land-sea connections with remote sensing to exploring Google Earth Engine. Join us!
View the schedule & watch video of past forums »
Upcoming Events: Red & White Week
NC State's biggest annual celebration kicked off Oct. 28, and the party lasts all week long. Unite with the Wolfpack community at activities and events that honor the university's past, present and future, now through Nov. 4.
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Geospatial Forum Spotlight: Downscaling and Extrapolation of Hurricane Flooding Forecasts to Support Decision-Making
Emergency managers rely on fast and accurate storm surge predictions from numerical models to make decisions and estimate damages during storm events. Dr. Casey Dietrich, assistant professor in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at NC State, describes his latest research efforts to provide a high level of spatial resolution for flooding forecasts along coastal areas without significantly increasing computational time.
Watch the presentation and discussion on YouTube »
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