30 Jun

Company Spotlight: Pixxel

By Aaron Eben Based in Los Angeles, California with offices in US and India, Pixxel Space Technologies, Inc. is a space data company building a constellation of hyperspectral earth imaging satellites and the analytical tools to mine insights from that...
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28 Jun

Welcome, 2023 Summer Interns!

The Scholar-Interns of Summer ’23 have been hard at work for the last few weeks, learning the ins and outs of keeping the AGS machine humming, developing and distributing social media and blog content, and all-around doing a great job living...
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15 Jun

Map of the Week: Queer Owned Businesses

By Aaron Eben In today’s interconnected world, maps have become an essential tool for travelers seeking to navigate unfamiliar places. However, for members of the LGBTQ+ community, finding safe and inclusive spaces while traveling can be a challenge. Everywhere Is...
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8 Jun

Map of the Week: US Literacy Rates

  by Sara Ryan Defined as the ability to read and write, literacy is often considered as the key to freedom. Pre 1950s literacy was measured solely as alphabetical (i.e. word and letter recognition). Post 1950s, literacy transitioned to a much...
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2 Jun

Geographical Review Preview: Rent-burdened in the South? A Neighborhood-scale Analysis of Diversity and Immigrants in Nashville, Tennessee

Rental affordability has become a major concern for most Americans since the 2007–2009 recession. Minorities and immigrants, especially in some emerging destination metropolises, have suffered disproportionally from its brunt. Nashville—a prominent southern destination—has not only experienced a considerable gain in...
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31 May

Company Spotlight: Lost 52 Project

By Isobel Lu This month, the American Geographical Society had the opportunity to speak with ocean explorer, Tim Taylor, Founder of the Lost 52 Project and Tiburon Subsea. The Lost 52 Project is an exploration and archaeological project dedicated to...
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