I’m Julia Boyer, a senior environmental studies, science track major with a biology minor. My academic interests include ecosystem conservation, sustainable food movements and invasive species. I’ve been working at the GIS center for three years now and I am most qualified to help with most ArcGIS questions.
I am a Geoscience and Environmental double major. I am a part of the Skidmore Women’s Soccer team and my hobbies include anything outdoors or musical. My GIS interest stems from its applications to the environment and am mainly proficient in ArcGIS.
Christine is a senior majoring in Environmental Studies and is a member of the Skidmore Softball team. She spent the past two summers in Atlanta working on community geography research projects and studied abroad in Bocas del Toro, Panama on a Tropical Island and Biodiversity program. She has experience with ArcGIS online, as well as ArcGIS for desktop.
My name is Miary Rasoanaivo, a sophomore from Madagascar working towards an environmental studies major and a chemistry minor. I recently started using GIS for an intro class in the fall 2015. Despite the short span of time I used GIS for, my passion for GIS developed because of its power and its versatility of application, especially in the environmental studies field. I am looking forward to working on the Saratoga community geography project and have the chance to use GIS for making a positive impact on our local community.
My name is Kylie Rosabal. I was born and raised in South Florida until moving to New York for college. I am currently a senior student at Skidmore college planning on graduating with an Environmental Studies degree and Education Minor. When I am not focusing on school work, you can find me spending time with the children I babysit or figuring out mapping techniques in the GIS lab. I greatly enjoy getting outside to spend time in the natural world, as well as, being physically active. Overall, I hope to contribute caring and positive vibes to all who surround me whether its a person, cat, or tree.
I’m AJ, and I’m a senior majoring in Computer Science and double minoring in business and music. Most of my experience in GIS is in storymapping tools and the code under the hood of such software. In my spare time, I enjoy film photography and the outdoors. Having come to Skidmore as a southern Adirondack local, I’m looking forward to helping members of my community.
I’m a sophomore at Skidmore majoring in Government. My interest in GIS lies mostly in its application in analyzing campaigns and elections as well international conflicts On campus, I am vice president of the Model UN club and have a radio show on WSPN. I also love hiking in the Adirondacks!
I am interested in using GIS as a tool for conveying public health information, but was first introduced to formal mapping through environmental science courses here. Beyond mapping, I am also passionate about education, the outdoors, animals, and seasons.
Hi! My name’s Margot Accettura and I’m a senior physics major. I first became interested in GIS when I participated in the NASA Student Airborne Research program over the summer. I’m very interested in remote sensing technology and hope to continue using GIS post-graduation.
My name is John Kolios, and I’m a senior majoring in Anthropology and French. I’ve been specializing mainly in archaeology, and I am interested in connecting GIS to archaeological research, both surveying and mapping specific sites as well as working with LiDAR data.
I am a sophomore Physics major from Bow, New Hampshire. I lead trips with the outing club and like to get outdoors. You can find me in the GIS center if I’m not skiing or doing something in the mountains.
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