On Friday, December 5, MU colleague Lee Stocks and I were honored to give an invited presentation to the 2014 Pennsylvania Digital Government Summit in Harrisburg.
Here are the slides from that presentation. Continue reading “Drones and Society: A Presentation to the 2014 PA Digital Government Summit”
This week, I was honored and privileged to give a couple of presentations to students and faculty in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. This is a presentation on using UAVs for mapping applications that I delivered to a remote sensing class on Tuesday.
Continue reading “OU Presentation on UAVs”
I recently had the honor of delivering a keynote address at the Diversity in Planning Workshop held by the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission. The workshop was held at on April 27, 2012 at the Bridgewood Conference Center in Neenah, Wisconsin. The talk was designed to set the stage for a pair of panel discussions that explored the challenges and resources brought by the nine county region. Continue reading “Diversity in Planning Workshop – East Central Regional Planning Commission”
My talk at the AAG this year was on the final day, early in the morning, during about three other similar sessions, and held in a forgotten corner in the bowels of the Hilton NY. Though it was still well attended (maybe 15-20 folks), it’s understandable that some people who may have been interested in what I had to say weren’t able to come. That’s why I post it here. Sadly, this time, my phone failed to record my talk for an exact transcript, so I have to go off of memory. Forgive me if I build on or improve/regress upon my thoughts in this version. 🙂 Continue reading “My Talk at AAG 2012”
This weekend, I’m heading down to the Dimensions of Political Ecology Conference at the University of Kentucky. Here’s a ROUGH draft of the talk I’m giving, keeping in mind of course that the presented form will undoubtedly be leaner, meaner and (of course) shorter.
Continue reading “My Talk for Dimensions of Political Ecology in Kentucky”