Recap of 2019 Esri Science Symposium

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08-02-2019 09:24 PM
DawnWright
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Many thanks again to those who attended the Science Symposium as part of the 2019 Esri Education Summit and User Conference. Your participation made for the greatest event ever, and we are pleased to share with you some items by way of follow up.

 

You can still download the introductory slide deck of Esri Chief Scientist Dawn Wright at http://esriurl.com/symposium19. We are still awaiting word from our amazing keynote speakers, Olga Wilhelmi and Jennifer Boehnart of NCAR, as to whether their slide deck will be available.

 

But perhaps even better is the Wakelet social media compilation featuring your own notes, impressions, and photos of the speakers and their slides. You can access this now at   

https://wakelet.com/wake/b9391f96-00c2-4dc3-9d1d-d707b2fd1eba. And it will be updated with the keynote slide deck should that become available.

Next year’s keynote will be delivered by National Climate Assessment co-author, YouTube star, and award-winning climate scientist, Katharine Hayhoe!

 

Thanks again and we hope to see you next year!

2 Comments
Animesh_Ghose
New Contributor

I was not in the ESRI UC but this post helped a lot to get a glimpse on this particular event! Any plan to publish the event video on youtube? 

DawnWright
Esri Regular Contributor

Sorry, but we did not have the resources to videotape the event. This post is the best we can do by way of recap.

About the Author
Dawn was appointed Chief Scientist of Esri in October 2011 after 17 years as a professor of geography and oceanography at Oregon State University. As Esri Chief Scientist, she reports directly to Esri CEO Jack Dangermond with a mission to strengthen the scientific foundation for Esri software and services, while representing Esri to the national and international scientific community. Dawn maintains an affiliated faculty appointment as Professor of Geography and Oceanography at Oregon State. Follow her on Twitter @deepseadawn. More info. also at http://esriurl.com/scicomm and http://dusk.geo.orst.edu.