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!

 

Spring 2018 Brown Bags:   

Topic Presenter Date and Time Location
PostGIS Matthew Baker, Senior GIS Analyst at Denver Public Schools Wednesday, March 7th

12 – 1pm

Morgan Library Room 203
The M.App of the Future Mike Lane, Applications Engineer at Hexagon Spatial Tuesday, February 13th

12 – 1pm

Morgan Library Room 203
What’s New and Fun in Geospatial Web Development Andy Gup, Technical Product Manager for ArcGIS API for JavaScript at ESRI Tuesday, January 30th

12 – 1pm

Morgan Library Room 203
Mapping the Catholic Church Molly Burhans, Founder and Executive Director, Goodlands Wednesday, January 17th

12 – 1pm

Morgan Library Room 203

 

Send us an email if you’d like to present a brown bag seminar next semester.

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