ABOUT TEXAS A&M GIS DAY

GIS Day, the annual worldwide salute to geospatial technology and its power to transform and enhance lives, is going to be extra "spatial" this year in Aggieland, where the Texas A&M celebration, one of the world's largest, is expanding to encompass three event-packed days, Nov. 12-14.

Organizing Committee

GIS Day 2018 would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of a group of individuals sharing a deep passion and love for everything-GIS. We'd like to extend a very special thanks to everyone who has involved in the planning and the making of GIS Day.

Event Chairs

Sierra Laddusaw

Co-Chair, TAMU Libraries

Daniel Goldberg

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Andrew Klein

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Program Committee

Sierra Laddusaw

Chair, TAMU Libraries

Daniel Goldberg

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Andrew Klein

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Marilyn Yeager

Member, TAMU Career Center

David Retchless

Member, TAMU Galveston

Jay Kimrey

Member, TAMU Transportation

Marketing & Communications Committee

Daniel Goldberg

Chair, TAMU Geography

Leslie Lee

Co-Chair, TAMU Geosciences

Technical Committee

Daniel Goldberg

Chair, TAMU Geography

Aaron Harmon

Mobile App Developer, TAMU GeoInnovation Service Center

Edgar Hernandez

Web Developer, TAMU GeoInnovation Service Center

Careers Committee

Daniel Goldberg

Chair, TAMU Geography

Marilyn Yeager

Co-Chair, TAMU Career Center

Operations Committee

Sierra Laddusaw

Chair, TAMU Libraries

Daniel Goldberg

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Carria Collins

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Volunteer Committee

Sierra Laddusaw

Chair, TAMU Libraries

Sponsorship Committee

Daniel Goldberg

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Carria Collins

Co-Chair, TAMU Geography

Community and Industry Partners

In addition to our sponsors and internal university deparments and programs, the GIS Day industry and community partners provide the wide-ranging GIS application examples employed in the real world.

Participating Texas A&M Organizations

GIS Day would not function without the combined academic support from a few dedicated group of Texas A&M's departments and organizations.