30 Jun

Welcome!

 UBIQUE, meaning everywhere in Latin, is one of the oldest phrases tied to the history of the American Geographical Society. It represents our presence throughout the country and the world, and also represents the sphere of Geography itself. Our longtime...
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22 Jan

Company Spotlight: GISCorps

By Juli Miller GIS, or Geographic Information System, is a system that allows for the mapping, analysis, and manipulation of geographical and spatial data. It serves as a method to solve physical issues via virtual development, enabling the visualization of...
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8 Jan

Map of the Week: Monarchs & Queens

Monarchs & Queens By: Katelyn Neff “Artist Mona Caron and cartographer Ben Pease joined forces to create Monarchs and Queens, 2010, a map of San Francisco juxtaposing butterfly habitats and queer hangout spaces, part of an exhibition-and-book project by author...
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2 Jan

Company Spotlight: Navteca

By Katelyn Neff “Navteca is a woman and minority-owned technology services company focusing on emerging technologies and IT innovation, like cloud and virtual reality.” https://www.navteca.com/about The American Geographical Society recently spoke with Shayna Skolnik, co-founder, and CEO of Navteca about...
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20 Dec

Kathryn Hannum I Am Geo

I am Geography I have always acquired great joy from noticing the small details of life. Visible or invisible, the details of the spaces we inhabit are what colors our experiences. Much my worldview has been shaped from the vantage...
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