Do you want to make a difference? Do you want to help people affected by recent natural disasters? Does the word Bruin instantly ruin your day?
This year’s focus is on how climate change is impacting our lived environment. Learn more about how you can make a difference through mapping with USC Spatial Sciences and USC Libraries.
The challenge was organized by USC Visualization Librarian, Andy Rutkowski and SC Mappers, a USC Spatial undergraduate club dedicated to using GIS for humanitarian work.
This year’s Map-a-thon challenge is on Wednesday, November 13 from 10 am to 2:00 pm. USC students and faculty will gather in the Ahmanson lab, Leavey Library, Third Floor to make live-time contributions to the OpenStreetMap (OSM) platform in support of priority humanitarian relief efforts around the world. RSVP using link below.
No GIS skills required! Lunch will be provided!
🗓November 13, from 10am-2pm
📍Ahmanson Lab, Leavey Library, Third Floor
👉 RSVP: bit.ly/uscmaps2019
Published on November 5th, 2019
Last updated on November 5th, 2019