Join the annual worldwide celebration
The Center for Spatial analysis is proud to host GIS Day 2019 on Thursday, November 14th at the University of Oklahoma. Come explore, share and learn about the many real-world applications of geography and geographic information systems. This annual event showcases a broad spectrum of research, education, and outreach activities from OU students and industry professionals. GIS Day also provides a great opportunity to network with the larger GIS community including private inudstry and government agencies.
GIS Day is free and open to the public. OU students, faculty, staff and the local commuity are welcome to attend.
GIS Day 2019 Details
If you use geospatial technologies or conduct spatial analysis in your research or course projects, we invite you to enter the 2019 GIS day poster competition. Undergraduates and graduate students are welcome to participate.
- First, second, and third place prizes will be award in undergraduate and graduate student categories in the amount of $200, $100, and $50
- Participation includes lunch and GIS Day 2019 swag
- Free poster printing for the first 10 entries
- Poster size is 36" x 48" (click here for templates)
All poster contest participants are required to attend their poster display from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to speak with judges and GIS day attendees.
Poster abstract submissions are due by 5 p.m. central time on 1 November 2019.
Sponsor contributions and volunteers makes GIS Day possible. If you are interested in getting involved with the festivities, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available. Sponsorship translates to marketing exposure during and after the event throught the following:
- Name or logo on event promotions and select GIS Day swag
- Recognition on CSA's website, newsletters, and social media posts
All event volunteers receive lunch and GIS Day swag.
To make events a pleasant experience for all in attendance, kindly be respectful and mindful of others around you. Refrain from displaying any and all demeaning, harassing, aggressive, or intimidating materials or behavior. The Center for Spatial Analysis follows the University of Oklahoma Policies and Conduct guidelines and the ESRI Code of Conduct. These Policies and Codes apply to all event attendees, employees, exhibitors, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, and other participants at CSA events. Please report any behavior that makes you or others uncomfortable to a CSA staff member as soon as possible. Any individual or group in violation of this agreement may be asked to leave the event at any time and will be disqualified from participating in future events.