Monthly Archives: June 2017

New Map for Business Department

The GIS center recently finished a project replacing the Business Department world map, which is used to display the places business majors have studied abroad.  The old map was of low-quality and the country names were blurred so that many of the smaller countries were unreadable.  This old map was also displayed using the Mercator […] Continue reading

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Accessing the Teagle Collaborative: Teaching with Exhibitions WordPress site

This password-protected website is for faculty, museum staff, and administrators who are participating in Teaching and Learning with Museum Exhibitions: An Inter-Institutional Approach.  Supported by The Teagle Foundation, this three-year initiative will run from Fall 2016 through Spring 2019.  The collaborators … Continue reading

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Northwoods

The McGregor Fault line that is the visible drop on the blue trail is the reason why Saratoga Springs has natural springs and when the foliage along the highest point on the Blue Trail is gone you can see 42 … Continue reading Continue reading

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An Afternoon of Reminiscing

  Hello world! We’re your 2017 summer stewards, Jingling and Yesenia. We’re very excited to be in the woods exploring, mapping, removing invasives, and giving tours. That’s just to name a few things that the stewards do. We also work … Continue reading Continue reading

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Travels in the uncanny valley

Here’s a screencast of my talk at the Rochester Institute of Technology Symposium on VR/AR Technology. It is from 3 December and a little low-key, so drink a little coffee before you start watching so you don’t fall… Read More Continue reading

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Enhancing research with Plenary Labs

A new pub with some good friends on the impending doom of science funding and what to do about it. Authored well before the new administration was a gleam in our collective eyes.   Citation: Pawan Sinha, Peter… Read More Continue reading

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