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PATHWAYS TO GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY & CAREERS (2017-2020)

NSF-ATE Grant Award # 1700644 (PI- Dr. Sunil Bhaskaran)

Summer Workforce Internship Program

 

This program is designed for students with previous experience in geospatial technology and is intended to build on students’ geospatial workforce skills and assist with interning with a Geospatial company.​

Annual Summer 2018 Workforce Internship Program Conference Agenda

Summer Workforce Internship Program (SWIP) for High Schools

 

Avishek Mojumdar: Comparing the effects of chemical elements in Freshwater Soil and Wetland Soil

Joshua Tsai: The Effects of Dissolved Nitrogen on Seasonal Hypoxia in the Long Island Sound

Brianna Barrera: Antibiotic resistance in bacteria from animal origin vs non animal origin foods

Timothy Foley: Studying the environmental factors influencing particulate matter concentration

Ousmane Sow: Population Diversity of Miami, Florida

Mei Shin Lee: The Correlation between Population Growth and Inhalable Particulate Concentration in New York City

Shohag Islam: The Correlation between Household Income and Education Attainment in Different U.S. Regions

Elisa Tilley: Food Deserts in NYC – America’s Silent Killer

 

Summer Workforce Internship Program (SWIP) for Undergraduates

 

Mike Tejada: A Spatio-Temporal Study on Drug Overdose VS Elections in the United States

Navado Wray: Raster Based Land Cover Classification of Multi-Resolution Satellite Data over the Bronx & Queens

Shraman Sen: Demographic Changes and Spatial Correlations in Socio-Economic in New York City

Camilo Martinez: Spatial Analyses of Open Source Data for Health Services

Ality Aghedo: Microbial Diversity in Urban Environments: Concern for Antibiotic Resistance

Jenat Fahima: Effectiveness of New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Restoration Plantings

Lorena Pardo: Using the AirBeam to Monitor Particulate Matter at a Public Transportation Hub in Jamaica, Queens (New York)

Luz Arely Cadavid: Stormwater management Studies in New York City: How does flood affect the residents in South Jamaica, Queens?

Meem Mahmud: Phosphate levels of water and sink of the Long Island Sound

Summer 2018

Geospatial Workshops

This program is designed to introduce Geospatial Technology to people with no experience in the field.

Geospatial Workshop for Middle Schools

Geospatial Workshop for High Schools

Geospatial Workshop for College Students

Professional Development Workshop for Educators

This program is designed to improve the educators’ disciplinary capabilities, teaching skills, and understanding of geospatial technologies, which will enable them to learn fundamental geospatial skills and integrate those skills into their classroom lessons.

Professional Development Workshop (PDW) for Educators from Middle and High Schools and Colleges