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2016 Esri User Conference Recap

Last week, my coworker Ashley Buzzeo and I were fortunate enough to join over 16,000 GIS practitioners and enthusiasts from 138 countries at the Esri User Conference in San Diego. The conference runs for a full week and is packed with speakers, sessions, workshops, social

2016 TUgis Conference Preview

Ardys Russakis is managing director at the Center for GIS at Towson University and chairs the TUgis Conference Advisory Committee and Facilities Sub-Committee. Calling all geo-geeks! On March 15, Towson University will host the 2016 TUgis Conference. Presented by Towson University College of Liberal Arts,

TUgis 2015 Conference Recap

With a record number 600 total attendees from private enterprise, education, the non-profit sector, and all levels of government, the TUgis 2015 conference began with several exciting plenary speakers. Towson University’s interim president, Dr. Timothy Chandler and Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford delivered opening remarks.

Esri’s 34th Annual User Conference

Esri holds many national and local user conferences throughout the year. Their leading conference happens right about this time each year in San Diego California, with this year’s 34th User Conference landing on July 14-18. Formally known as the International User’s Conference (now just User

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Attending TUgis 2014? Reach Out to the Student Attendees

On March 18th, I will be attending the 27th annual TUgis Conference, which is hosted by Towson University’s College of Liberal Arts and organized cooperatively with the Maryland State Geographic Information Committee (MSGIC) and the State of Maryland Department of IT (DoIT).  The TUgis Advisory

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How to Get Active with GIS in Maryland

If you are interested in getting involved with GIS in Maryland, there are several avenues you can pursue, including statewide committees and initiatives as well as local user groups and conferences. MSGIC You can start by becoming a member of the Maryland State Geographic Information Committee

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What Is CGIS Doing for GIS Day 2010?

After a weekend of attending Halloween parties and eating entirely too much candy it is a bit much to start thinking about the defining event of November for most Americans: Thanksgiving.  Luckily, as a GIS professional, I can focus on planning for GIS Day 2010