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Events and Exhibits

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

4p-6:30p
Hartley Conference Center

As part of the 100 days until 100 years: Branner Earth Sciences Library Celebration event series, please come and celebrate 200 years of the William Smith map -- a map that is considered to be the first ever national geologic map.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

6p-9p
Lathrop Library, Flex Classroom (Room 190).

The Stanford Geospatial Center, in support of a project headed by Stanford University Pediatric Global Health Physician/Scientist Eric Nelson, will host a Mapathon! where volunteer mappers will help create basemap data for a project to improve the quality and access to care for children in Bangladesh during cholera outbreaks.Volunteer mappers from Eastern University in Dhaka, Bang

Friday, April 17, 2015

5p-7p
TBD

Following on the tails of the Game of Thrones Season 5 premier, Miles Traer will lecture on his fantasy Game of Thrones geologic map and theories on topics such as when and how the Red Mountains formed and how the splitting of Westeros from Essos occurred. 

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

2p-3:30p
Stanford Humanities Center

Free and open to the public. The event will also be available via live webcast.

From visualzations of complex information and interactive teaching platforms to digitization projects and textual analysis, humanities scholars across campus are harnessing the power of digital tools to push the boundaries of their research. Likewise, the unique properties of humanities scholarship are pushing the boundaries of digital tools.

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