Education and Careers

Type: Poster
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Day: 4/4/2019
Start / End Time: 1:10 PM / 2:50 PM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
0031 Using GIS Tools to Analyze Post-Graduation Student Employment Distribution Patterns James Kaemmerer
University of Missouri - Columbia
0032 Creating and Connecting Champions for Diversity in the Geosciences: Hearts of GOLD Grady Dixon
Fort Hays State University
0033 Got GIS Skills? GIS and the Workforce Ready Student Emily Fogarty
Farmingdale State College
0034 Understanding and Fostering Geoscience Student attitudes toward Agricultural Careers Jeremy Aber
Middle Tennessee State University
0035 Undergraduate Motivations to Enrolling in a Geographical Sciences Major Daryl Rouleau
University of Maryland - College Park
0036 The Clickerverse: Student Engagement in Large Lectures Frances Mujica
The University of South Alabama
0037 Latin America: A Writing-Intensive Course for Undergraduates Donald Zeigler
Old Dominion University
0038 Open Source GIS Instruction in Two Classroom Settings James Wilson
Northern Illinois University
0039 Constructing an Augmented Reality Sandbox William Wetherholt
Frostburg State University
040 B(u)y the Book: Promoting Deeper Engagement with Texts in Undergraduate Geography Education Jamie Strickland
Senior Lecturer University of North Carolina - Charlotte
041 Geospatial Analysis of Global Student Sustainable Development Understanding —— Based on PISA 2015 Test Sheng Miao
042 “Selling” fieldwork to the administration: A value proposition for undergraduate fieldwork Terence Day
Okanagan College
043 Analysis of College Student Migration in Oklahoma Allen Finchum
Oklahoma State University
044 College Readiness of Secondary Education Institutions in Northwest Wisconsin and First Year Retention at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Michael Lewis
045 Who's in the Community of Community Colleges? Diane Snediker
U.S. Bureau Of the Census

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