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Geographic Information Systems Day

December 1

Date

Add to Calendar 2023-12-01 10:30:00 2023-12-01 16:00:00 Geographic Information Systems Day The intersections of Mapping, Criminology, Sustainability, and Environmental Justice Schedule: 10:30-10:45 - Dr. Torres - Introduction 10:50-11:00 - STUDENT - Sophie Sierveld - Criminology (Human trafficking data collection & enrichment) 11:05-11:15 - STUDENT - Heather Rabassa - Sociology (Hostile architecture & field data collection) 11:15-11:45 - PROFESSIONAL - Joshua Brant - Entergy (Contemporary crime analysis & situational awareness) 11:45-12:15 - PROFESSIONAL - Dr. Chris Torres - Dept. Criminology & Justice (Environmental justice research presentation) 12:15-12:45 - LUNCH - VENDORS AND POSTERS  1:00-1:10 - Dr. Torres introduces part 2 1:15-1:25 - STUDENT - Dimitri Celis - Recirculating Farms (Food insecurity greater NOLA) 1:25-1:35 - STUDENT - Hilary Nguyen - Environmental Science (Community gardens & sustainability) 1:40-2:10 - KEYNOTE - Saheba Cuccia - Loyola University Chicago (GIS as a career from the perspective of a student)  2:10-2:15 - Dr. Torres  - Wrap up and turns over to posters and vendors 2:15-4:00 - POSTERS AND VENDING Dana Center Audubon Room Hilary Nguyen: hcnguyen@my.loyno.edu  America/Chicago public

Address

Dana Center Audubon Room

Time

Cost

Free

The intersections of Mapping, Criminology, Sustainability, and Environmental Justice

Schedule:

10:30-10:45 - Dr. Torres - Introduction

10:50-11:00 - STUDENT - Sophie Sierveld - Criminology (Human trafficking data collection & enrichment)

11:05-11:15 - STUDENT - Heather Rabassa - Sociology (Hostile architecture & field data collection)

11:15-11:45 - PROFESSIONAL - Joshua Brant - Entergy (Contemporary crime analysis & situational awareness)

11:45-12:15 - PROFESSIONAL - Dr. Chris Torres - Dept. Criminology & Justice (Environmental justice research presentation)

12:15-12:45 - LUNCH - VENDORS AND POSTERS 

1:00-1:10 - Dr. Torres introduces part 2

1:15-1:25 - STUDENT - Dimitri Celis - Recirculating Farms (Food insecurity greater NOLA)

1:25-1:35 - STUDENT - Hilary Nguyen - Environmental Science (Community gardens & sustainability)

1:40-2:10 - KEYNOTE - Saheba Cuccia - Loyola University Chicago (GIS as a career from the perspective of a student) 

2:10-2:15 - Dr. Torres  - Wrap up and turns over to posters and vendors

2:15-4:00 - POSTERS AND VENDING

Event Type

College of Arts and Sciences

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Add to Calendar 2023-12-01 10:30:00 2023-12-01 16:00:00 Geographic Information Systems Day The intersections of Mapping, Criminology, Sustainability, and Environmental Justice Schedule: 10:30-10:45 - Dr. Torres - Introduction 10:50-11:00 - STUDENT - Sophie Sierveld - Criminology (Human trafficking data collection & enrichment) 11:05-11:15 - STUDENT - Heather Rabassa - Sociology (Hostile architecture & field data collection) 11:15-11:45 - PROFESSIONAL - Joshua Brant - Entergy (Contemporary crime analysis & situational awareness) 11:45-12:15 - PROFESSIONAL - Dr. Chris Torres - Dept. Criminology & Justice (Environmental justice research presentation) 12:15-12:45 - LUNCH - VENDORS AND POSTERS  1:00-1:10 - Dr. Torres introduces part 2 1:15-1:25 - STUDENT - Dimitri Celis - Recirculating Farms (Food insecurity greater NOLA) 1:25-1:35 - STUDENT - Hilary Nguyen - Environmental Science (Community gardens & sustainability) 1:40-2:10 - KEYNOTE - Saheba Cuccia - Loyola University Chicago (GIS as a career from the perspective of a student)  2:10-2:15 - Dr. Torres  - Wrap up and turns over to posters and vendors 2:15-4:00 - POSTERS AND VENDING Dana Center Audubon Room Hilary Nguyen: hcnguyen@my.loyno.edu  America/Chicago public

Departments

Criminology and Justice
Environment