The Centroid hosts a Geospatial Brown Bag Lunch series that welcomes presentations by professors, researchers, students, and industry professionals to share their work related to GIS and geospatial technologies.

Subjects can range from learning how to make your first online map to Applications of ArcGIS in Global Health in Africa. 

Bring your lunch and come enjoy an hour of stimulating discussion!


The Spring 2019 Geospatial Brown Bag Schedule is still being planned- check back for updates!

Title and Presenter Date and Location More info…
ArcGIS Pro Q&A: What you should know about licensing, installing, and migrating

Beth Tulanowski


Tuesday, Jan. 29th

12:00 – 1:15pm

Morgan Library Room 203

Discussion, Q&A, and help session.

Bring your own laptop if you want help getting set up with Pro

Mapillary: Creating better maps for smarter cities

Muthu Sampath, Mapillary

Wednesday, Feb. 6th

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203

Mapping the Presence of Wild Crop Relatives

Dan Carver, USDA

Wednesday, Feb. 13th

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203

Transparency in the Fishing Industry with Geospatial Technology

Craig Starger, SOGES

Wednesday, Feb. 27th

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203

Finding and Analyzing Spatial Data in ArcGIS Online

Joseph Kerski, Esri

Early March

Exact date/time/location TBD

1 hour seminar + demo

2 hour hands-on workshop

Attend one or both!

Industrialization of the U.S.-Mexico Border 1980-2018

Ned Molder

Wednesday, April 10th

12:00 – 1:00pm

Morgan Library Room 203


Please send us an email if you’d like to present! We are currently seeking presenters for the spring semester.


A list of past Brown Bags can be found on our Past Events Page