The UCSB Center for Spatial Studies invites interested speakers for the 2019 Spatial Lightning Talks on Tuesday, February 19 at 12:00 p.m. This annual series of 3-minute lightning talks brings together speakers from across the UCSB campus as well as the local community to enlighten the crowd on spatial topics of all sorts. This fast-paced, interdisciplinary event is a great opportunity to share your work or special interest (it doesn’t have to be academic!), and it provides experience in delivering a concise, attention-grabbing talk to a diverse audience. Mark your calendars now, whether you are interested in giving a talk or just attending: When: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.; lunch will be served as of 11:45 a.m. Where: Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, McCune Conference Room, 6046 HSSB. Do you think you’re up for the challenge of presenting an interesting, spatially-relevant topic in just three minutes? We are inviting speakers to sign up by Friday, February 1. Since we have limited speaker slots, we will let you know by Friday, February 8 whether you are selected to be one of the Spatial Lightning Talks speakers. Apply here. To see topics for previous presentations see

Call for Speakers: Spatial Lightning Talks 2019