Multiple Authors | May 10, 2022
Each year USC hosts the Los Angeles Geospatial Summit. Three student teams won at the Esri Student Poster Competition at this year's event.
Brian Baldwin | April 26, 2022
In this video interview, Matt Gaffner discusses the top GIS skills and types of experience that industries are looking for in job candidates.
Joseph Kerski | March 14, 2022
The expansion of Location Analytics at ASU enables students to solve problems and think critically about key business issues.
Brian Baldwin | January 5, 2022
GIS education must keep pace with changes in GIS technology and industry. Learn what educators can do to update curriculum to focus on Web GIS.
Joseph Kerski | November 8, 2021
This ArcGIS Hub site, Intro to GIS Basic Tools, was created for faculty and students spreading GIS throughout multiple departments.
Rosemary Boone | August 26, 2021
Students in higher education continue to use GIS and ArcGIS technology for innovative projects across disciplines gaining competitive skills.
Brian Baldwin | August 9, 2021
Hear from these graduates as they explain GIS skills to focus on to accelerate personal growth and gain a competitive edge in the workplace.
Michael Gould | August 3, 2021
This blog in the "Teaching Programming for GIS" series addresses the teaching of practices and skills for coding web maps and apps.
Multiple Authors | July 6, 2021
USC undergraduate student uses R-ArcGIS Bridge with ArcGIS Pro to identify fallow fields using remotely sensed data and soil quality data.
Michael Gould | April 27, 2021
University GIS instructors and students are understanding more and more that Modern GIS users are programmers, at a minimum scripting in Python.
Multiple Authors | April 26, 2021
This graduate student at USC was selected as one of the winners for the 2021 Los Angeles Geospatial Summit Student Poster Competition.
Edna Ledesma | December 22, 2020
Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison partnered with the Fondy Farmers Market to study the Fond Du Lac and North Area in Milwaukee, WI using ArcGIS Urban.