{preheader}
  ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌   ‌
 
Click here to see this online
 
 
 
Week of April 22, 2019

Please send any news, announcements, and citations to geography@illinois.edu by noon on Monday for publication in the same week’s issue.

 
 
Events

Today at 2:00 p.m.
2049 NHB
Yaping Cai, Geography & GIS PhD Student
Data-Intensive Crop Knowledge Discovery in the Era of CyberGIS and Machine Intelligence

---

Yaping Xu

Today at 4:00 p.m.
2049 NHB
Yaping Xu, Louisiana State University
My pursuit of Teaching and Research Excellence in GIS

---

Ganapathy Narayanaraj - April 26 at 10:30 in 2049 NHB

Friday, April 26th, 10:30 a.m.
2049 NHB
Dr. Ganapathy Narayanaraj, University of Michigan

---

Rebecca Shakespeare

Friday, April 26th, 3:00 p.m.
2049 NHB
Rebecca Shakespeare, Geography & GIS PhD student
"Everything around me has skyrocketed”: Using Qualitative GIS to Understand Middle-Income Renters’ Perceptions of Housing Price, Neighborhood Change, and (Im)mobility in New York City

---

 
Michael Batty - April 29th at 4pm in 2079 Natural History 
 

---

Saturday, May 11th, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
GGIS Class of 2019 Reception
Room 2049 NHB, Russell Seminar Room
RSVP by Friday, May 3rd: https://go.illinois.edu/GGIS-reception

 
 
 
Graduate Students

Lirong Kou (advisor: Mei-Po Kwan) has received a Graduate College Travel Grant to support her dissertation research this summer in Chicago and Guangzhou, China. Her dissertation project is entitled: Listening to Urban Sounds: a Comparative Study between the U.S. and China on Geographic Contexts and Residents' Perceptions of Sound.

 
 
 
Undergraduates

Geography & GIS senior Geyang Li took Third Place in the AAG Remote Sensing Student Group Illustrated Paper competition, for his poster Near-Surface and High Resolution Satellite Remote Sensing Time Series for Understanding Crop Phenological Responses to Climate Change.