Kudos to these students.
- David Nykodym, graduate student in the Department of Geography, Planning and Recreation, used crowdsourced GIS mapping data to advocate for disability rights. His thesis, “Mapping Inclusion: Accessibility Advocacy for People with Disabilities Using GIS Crowdsourced Data,” identified problems with access to the street network and locating restrooms which are accessible and gender neutral. His work has been featured by the Associated Press and in ArcUser Magazine.
- Two doctoral students received language learning grants sponsored by… Read more