Vertices Newsletter—Issue 9

Nov 17, 2015 • Categories: Featured | News | Newsletter

The 9th issue of our Vertices newsletter is out. Annual Specialist Meeting A Evolves to Spatial Un-Conference Spatial Discovery Project Spatial Coffee Hour New Personnel—Antonio Medrano Read the newsletter [pdf]....

Vertices Newsletter—Issue 8

Jun 23, 2014 • Categories: Featured | News | Newsletter

The 8th issue of our Vertices newsletter is out. New Visions—New Director Spatially Enabled Smart Places Transitions—Janelle Retires, Ballatore Replaces Outreach—4H GIS Project Read...

Vertices Newsletter

Spatial@ucsb, The UCSB Center for Spatial Studies, is an innovative, university-wide resource and research center at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Its mission is to facilitate the integration of spatial thinking into processes for learning and discovery in the natural, social, and behavioral sciences, to promote excellence in engineering and applied sciences, and to enhance creativity in the arts and humanities. Spatial@ucsb is dedicated to promoting campus-wide, spatially related events, research, and teaching for all disciplines that share an interest in the importance of spatial thinking in science and in artistic endeavors, the development of spatial analytic tools, and the importance of place in society. Please browse this website to discover the many resources this project has to offer. News and events related to Spatial@ucsb are published in its newsletter, Vertices: Issue 9: New Initiatives Annual Specialist Meeting A Evolves to Spatial Un-Conference Spatial Discovery Project Spatial Coffee Hour New Personnel—Antonio Medrano Issue 8: New Visions New Visions—New Director Spatially Enabled Smart Places Transitions—Janelle Retires, Ballatore Replaces Outreach—4H GIS Project Issue 7: New Directions—New Co-Director Is There Life after Spatial? From spatial@ucsb to a Garden in Seattle Visiting Scholars Research Associates and Post-Docs International Spatial Cognition Summer Institute Freshman Seminar: Thinking Spatially in the Arts and Sciences Minor in Spatial Studies Issue 6: The End of An Era—And the Beginning of a New One Michael Goodchild Retires New Director of spatial@ucsb, Mary Hegarty A note from the New Director Minor in Spatial Studies Spatial Technology Lunch Discussions Freshman Seminar: Thinking Spatially in the Arts and Sciences Caves and Cognition: Exploring the Cave Experience from Multidisciplinary Perspectives Issue 5: LA-Plan: A Virtual Co-laboratory for Policy Analysis of the Greater Los Angeles Basin The End of An Era?And the Beginning of a New One Seek—Scale for Everyday Environmental Knowledge The Beginningof a New Era—A New Academic Minor in Spatial Studies Issue 4: Tools for Map Making Geography on a Motorcycle: The Guinea worm in Niger Goodchild—Accumulating Honors Summer Workshops Past and Future Issue 3: Introducing teachspatial.org. Where in the World is Mike Goodchild? Goodchild & Raubal Awarded NGA Grant Summer Workshops Past and Future Issue 2: A University Minor in Spatial Thinking? Spatial Help Desk Consultations Summer Workshops Spatial Pattern Analysis Summer Workshops Geographic Information Systems for Behavioral Research Geog 176A: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Issue 1: spatial@ucsb Inaugurated Marking the 120th...