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TRELIS workshops are designed for women working in higher education in the geospatial sciences (GIS, remote sensing, cartography, and related mapping sciences). Sessions will focus on five themes: Career Trajectories & Leadership, Mentoring & Coaching, Communication & Language, Dealing with Obstacles, and Work-Life Balance, all in the context of the geospatial sciences.  

Our second TRELIS workshop will take place Saturday June 8 through Monday June 10, 2019, in downtown Washington DC at the Barrett & O'Connor Washington Center, a center of Arizona State University. After our TRELIS event, workshop participants will stay and participate in extended networking and professional development activities during the UCGIS Symposium that will take place immediately afterwards, from Tuesday June 11 - Thursday 13, 2018. 

Participants will have all workshop and Symposium expenses covered by travel grants. TRELIS activities are funded by the National Science Foundation. 

TRELIS Leadership includes:

  • Kate Beard, University of Maine, PI
  • Laxmi Ramasubramanian, Hunter College, co-PI
  • Diana Sinton, UCGIS, co-PI
  • Sarah Battersby, Tableau Software
  • Babs Buttenfield, University of Colorado
  • Karen Kemp, University of Southern California
  • Elizabeth Wentz, Arizona State University