2 Mar

Map of the Week: The Suffragist Years

By Isobel Lu March 1st marks the start of Women’s History Month in the United States. Throughout this month, organizations and schools across the nation will commemorate women’s vital contributions in history, culture, and society.  The Library of Congress opened...
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28 Feb

Company Spotlight: Trimble

By Catherine McKenna Earlier this month, the American Geographical Society had the opportunity to speak with Trimble’s Ian Warner, Director of Industry Workforce Development and Innovation, and Michelle Chessler, Vice President of Corporate Marketing. Trimble is an industrial technology company...
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16 Feb

Map of the Week: Fast Fashion Habits

By Emily Frisan Fast Fashion refers to inexpensive clothing, rapidly-produced by mass-market retailers in order to keep up with the latest fashion trends. In huge quantities, it involves the rapid design, production, distribution, and marketing of clothing. Examples of some...
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9 Feb

Map of the Week: A Love Study

By Katie Anderson Love is in the air as the world prepares for Valentine’s Day next week! While many of us are thinking about buying chocolates and planning romantic evenings, a group of nearly 100 scientists from around the world...
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