Shao, Y., A. J. Cooner & S. J. Walsh (2021) Assessing Deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Assisted Machine Perception for Urban Mapping. Remote Sensing, 13, 1523.
Elizabeth Havice earns 2021 Tanner Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. For more information, please follow this link.
Prof. Lentz’s book “Contested Territory” was awarded the 2021 Harry J. Benda prize by the Association of Asian Studies. Awarded annually, the Benda prize recognizes an outstanding first book in any discipline on Southeast Asia. “Contested Territory” offers a new … Continued
PhD candidate Manny Hernandez was featured on p.1 of the December 2020 AAG Climate Specialty Group newsletter to spotlight his achievements in climatology.
Lentz’s book “Contested Territory” is subject of an H-Diplo Roundtable with reviews by Lien-Hang Nguyen, Pierre Asselin, Brad Davis, and Michitake Aso. Reflecting on the book and the exchange it inspired, Columbia University’s Prof. Nguyen writes, “If Lentz is representative … Continued
Students have reported that they enjoyed learning through the case studies offered in this class and were impressed by the quality of learning they were able to experience online. Students also enjoyed flexibility as the course has both synchronous and … Continued
What ZIP codes in NC carry highest risk of catching COVID? A new map tells you.
Geography minor Amelia Woodall (Also a minor in Geographic Info Sciences, a ENEC major) receives second place in 2020 UNC GIS Day Map Contest. Her map title is “Hot and Cold Spot Analysis of Hospital Locations in Bogota, Colombia”. Descriptions … Continued
Geography and UNC libraries celebrated 2020 GIS Day on Nov. 18 with a traditional map contest. The winners of the map competition were decided by a panel of 5 GIS specialists, including two UNC GIS librarians: Philip McDaniel and Tia … Continued