Then we transitioned into another discussion of digital natives and what educators and employers expect new people to bring to the table as they begin. (and I even cut the last 10 minutes of that conversation…)
Barb and Frank sat down with a group of panelists from a session at AAG2019 including David DiBiase of Esri, Kenneth Martis of West Virginia University, Ruth Buck of the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group, and Matthew Wilson of the University of Kentucky to talk about the session topic of gerrymandering.
This week Barb and Frank talk to Dr Michael Goodchild, now with Arizona State University about his work in GIScience touching on why spatial is special, the relationship between Geography and GIS, the role of ethics, and being mindful of work outside the discipline.
Music Little Idea by Scott Holmes (https://scottholmesmusic.com/)