Overwhelming Demand for Citizen Science GIS: Thank You!

We are humbled by the overwhelming response to our NSF Citizen Science GIS summer research program.  It’s clear that hundreds of students around the U.S. are passionate about community-based scholarship in international settings.  Our 2017 priority application deadline has now passed.  For us as an REU team, today begins an exciting part of our journey.  Read more about Overwhelming Demand for Citizen Science GIS: Thank You![…]

New Postdoctoral Associate Position in Coupled Natural-Human Systems at University of Central Florida

The University of Central Florida (UCF), Department of Sociology, in Orlando, Florida anticipates hiring an interdisciplinary postdoctoral scholar sponsored by a $1.6 million NSF Coupled Natural-Human Systems Grant entitled “Restoration and Resilience in Coupled Human-Natural Systems: Reciprocal Dynamics of a Coastal Lagoon” (NSF Award #1617374). While at UCF, the postdoctoral scholar will have opportunities to develop community and stakeholder Read more about New Postdoctoral Associate Position in Coupled Natural-Human Systems at University of Central Florida[…]

“Together, Everything is Possible,” an Esri storymap of citizensciencegis in Hopkins Belize

Ever wondered what our #citizensciencegis #NSF #REU research is all about in Hopkins, Belize? View our story through maps, images, and videos in “Together, Everything is Possible.”  It’s an #Esri #storymap about the beginnings of our National Science Foundation (NSF) #REU Site in #HopkinsVillage #Belize. This story map was produced by Lain Graham, our REU Read more about “Together, Everything is Possible,” an Esri storymap of citizensciencegis in Hopkins Belize[…]