Do you have GIS or spatial skills or experience that you would like to share with your colleagues? Would you like to create a workshop to teach these skills to your peers? Are you looking for a great way to gain teaching experience? The GeoAmbassador Program is for you!
The program provides a way for you to turn your knowledge into a hands-on workshop for your fellow Clemson students. The experience will help you grow as an educator, showcase your skills, and set you apart from others in the job market.
All students are encouraged to be a GeoAmbassador, from undergraduates through post-doctoral researchers.
Partnering With Us
Here is what we offer to help ensure your workshop is a success:
A dedicated training room.
Assistance with developing teaching materials.
Advertising the event on email lists, social media, events calendars, and posting flyers.
Scheduling and logistics assistance.
Knowledgeable staff to offer help and advice.
Meet our GeoAmbassadors
Undergraduate in Env. Engineering
Basic Spatial Analysis
Do you want to calculate the average distance between coal mines and the nearest river?
Learn how spatial analysis tools are used to solve geographic problems.
You will explore several analysis methods such as buffers and overlay, as well as terrain analysis tools like aspect and slope. Register here
Data Visualization & Analytics with Tableau
Gain a thorough introduction to data analysis and visual design in Tableau, and learn how to build interactive dashboards and stories with your tabular data.
Ph.D. Candidate in Soil Science
GIS Data Creation and Management
Get familiar with the data types in GIS vector and Raster, Geodatabases vs. Shapefiles. Understanding difference between Coordinate System and Projection. Learn how to create your own GIS data, including importing external data (images and photos to spreadsheets) into GIS. Register here
Professor in Sociology &Anthropology
Getting and Visualizing Worldwide Census and Survey Data
PhD. Candidate in Economics
High Performance Computing with Spatial Data
Ph.D. student in PDBE
Introductory GIS for Historic Preservation
Familiarize yourself with ArcMap and GIS fundamentals, including data gathering, resource digitization, and map making for use in cultural resource management. The course will enable the use of multiple applications including Survey123 and ESRI Collector for completing architectural surveys and building conditions assessments. Register here