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Plan to join us & be a part of the Celebration!
Friday, March 28, 2014 (3 pm, Lane University Center, Atkinson Room)
Presentation by Joshua S. Campbell, Geographer and GIS Architect in the Humanitarian Information Unit, Office of the Geographer and Global Issues, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC on “Leveraging the Geographic Dimension: CyberGIS and Imagery to the Crowd.”
Initiation of the 50th class of GTU honor students (We invite past chapter Presidents and Advisors in attendance to participate in the ceremony.)
Dinner on your own with an informal gathering beginning at 8 pm on Main Street.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Admission Open House (9 – 12:30, Lane University Center)
Tour and demonstrations in the Department of Geography (11- 3, Gunter Hall)
Young Geographer Challenge activities arranged by Geography Club (1-3, Gunter Hall)
Anniversary Banquet in the Lyric Theater, Main Street (online registration form)
($ 50.00 with cash wine and beer bar)
Social Hour 6-7, Dinner 7-8:15
Presentation by Keith Witt, Geographic Information Specialist, Appalachian Regional Commission, Washington, DC (Class of 1996) at 8:15
“Using Geography and Mapping to Promote Appalachian Development.”
Informal gathering on Main Street after 9 pm.
Where in the world has your education taken you?
Catch up with old friends & tell us your story.
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