April 15, 2014 - IAS faculty members Christian Anderson, Benjamin Gardner, Ted Hiebert, Jin-Kyu Jung, and Santiago Lopez presented their research at the 2014 meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Tampa, Florida. Anderson organized several sessions and presented “Lives in motion, structures in solution, and spaces in formation: the unstable social geography of a single New York City street.” Gardner organized a series of panels on “Engaged Scholarship in Critical Geography: Theory, Practice and Pedagogy.” Hiebert and Jung presented their collaborative project “Imag(in)ing Communities: qualitative geovisualization and participatory visual arts.” Jung also participated in a lightning panel on big data. Lopez presented “The coupling of cellular automata and logistic regression: A spatial simulation model of agricultural expansion.”
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