|Welcome to the Tufts GIS Poster Expo home page. Every spring The Data Lab and Tufts Technology Services hosts the annual GIS Poster Expo. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to present their work as part of a university-wide exposition of geospatial research at Tufts. Please feel free to browse past years poster galleries below.
Wednesday, May 8th, 2018 | 3:30-5:00 PM
Please join us for Tufts 13th annual GIS Poster Exposition where over 230 students will present their work along with Tufts faculty and staff. Refreshments are served and prizes are awarded to the top student entries.
Use our Expo Explorer Application to interactively view GIS Posters from 2007 to current. This tool allows you to search by Topic, Subtopic, Methodologies, Student Depart, Class, Year, and more!
Past GIS Poster Expo Contestants
- * DataLab at Tufts Website
- * Data Lab Support Email: DataLabfirstname.lastname@example.org
- * GIS Expo Explorer - Search Tool
- * GIS Poster Metadata Form
- * Medford Data Lab Assistant Schedule
- * Health Sciences Campus: Lab Assistant Schedule
- * Medford Data Lab Classroom Schedule
- * Geodata.tufts.edu
- * Mapping Network Drives
- * Large Format Printing
- * GIS Certificate Program
- * Staff Intranet
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Boston Metro Area has seen a 24% increase in total emissions due to passenger and freight traffic since 1990 and 6% increase per capita. Check out how we compare to the rest of the country: https://t.co/0jqiKY02fNKatmai National Park@KatmaiNPS
From Katmai NP Facebook:3
"Just how big can a Brooks bear be? Katmai’s GIS team made 3D scans of bear 747, estimating the jiggly giant tips the scales at an eye-popping 1408 lbs. His volume is 23.4 cubic feet, the size of a side by side refrigerator."
What a chonker! @KatmaiNPS
She is fat. She is fabulous. She is 435 Holly. And you voted her the 2019 Fat Bear Week Champion. All hail Holly whose healthy heft will help her hibernate until the spring. Long live the Queen of Corpulence!
#FatBearWeek #FindYourPark #BearCam
"The Great Flood of 2019" took place in the American Midwest from Jan. 15 to June 30. Check out this NYT article for a cartographic data-driven story!
Check out our Fall 2019 workshops in Medford and Boston: https://t.co/GZSnapgrzh