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Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2023 20:45:30 +0000
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Good afternoon, Maine GIS Users!

Registration is now open for NEURISA Day 2023. WE'RE BACK IN PERSON!   Our theme this year is Advancing Geospatial Innovation.
Join us at the AC Hotel By Marriott<>, located at 125 Front Street in Downtown Worcester, MA, just down the street from Union Station, Worcester's public transportation hub.
For more information visit our NEURISA Day 2023 HUB Site<>. All updates and most current information will be available there.

Welcoming keynote speaker, Dr. Sucharita Gopal.  Dr. Sucharita Gopal, core faculty with the Boston University Institute for Global Sustainability (IGS), is a Professor in the Department of Earth & Environment at Boston University.  Dr. Gopal will be speaking on spatial data science and AI.
Learn more about Dr. Gopal here<>.

Register by September 30th to receive our early rate.
URISA Member  $85,  Early Rate : $75
Non-URISA Member:  $95,   Early Rate: $80
Student :  $40
Presenter  $75

Online registration closes at 11:59 PM on October 30th.
Onsite registration will be available at the conference.

Call for abstracts, posters, and apps is now open!  We're looking forward to hearing your presentations and seeing your maps, apps, and posters related to this theme of advancing geospatial innovation, whether that's through supporting volunteer work, engaging with the community, driving change in industry, and the many other ways geospatial innovation can positively impact us.
Call for Abstracts for NEURISA Day 2023<>.     Call for Web Map/Application Submissions<We're%20looking%20forward%20to%20hearing%20your%20presentations%20and%20seeing%20your%20maps,%20apps,%20and%20posters%20related%20to%20this%20theme%20of%20advancing%20geospatial%20innovation,%20whether%20that's%20through%20supporting%20volunteer%20work,%20engaging%20with%20the%20community,%20driving%20change%20in%20industry,%20and%20the%20many%20other%20ways%20geospatial%20innovation%20can%20positively%20impact%20us.%20Call%20for%20abstracts,%20posters,%20and%20apps%20is%20now%20open!>.

We're looking forward to seeing everyone in person! Let's take this as an opportunity to spend time together sharing ideas, learning new things, and most importantly having fun!

Rosemary Mosher
GIS Specialist

VIEWSHED | Landscape Architecture, GIS, & Planning

121 West Main Street, Yarmouth, ME 04096
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