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Wednesday, September 10 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Demographic Data for the Community

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Learn methods of utilizing GIS to better understand your community.  This session includes guidelines for improving the reliability of economic data from the American Community Survey (ACS), methods to properly allocate community resources, and the challenges of mapping registered sex offenders (RSO).

  • Locating Distressed Areas in a Community: A Look at Forsyth County, NC
    Jason Clodfelter, CMS, GISP, MapForsyth (Forsyth County, NC), Winston-Salem, NC
  • The Geospatial Challenges of Geocoding Registered Sex Offenders
    Mark Leipnik, Sam Houston State University, Department of Geography, Huntsville, TX\
  • Racially and Socioeconomically Disparate Impacts of Relocating the Hamilton County, Ohio Board of Elections
    Mark Salling, GISP, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
Earn 1.5 AICP Credits by attending this session

Moderators
avatar for Warren Kron, GISP

Warren Kron, GISP

GIS Manager, City-Parish Department of Information Services
Warren Kron is the GIS Coordinator for the Planning Commission at the City of Baton Rouge and Parish of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His 15 years of public practice in the GIS and planning professions include development of the Parishwide GIS Program, leading an enterprise address... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mark Salling, Ph.D, GISP

Mark Salling, Ph.D, GISP

Senior College Fellow, Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
Mark Salling is a Senior Fellow in the Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University. Active in URISA since 1982, he is a past board member, recipient of URISA's Service Award, and a past member of the Core Committee of URISA’s GISCorps. He served on the Council of... Read More →
avatar for Jason Clodfelter, CMS, GISP

Jason Clodfelter, CMS, GISP

GIS Analyst, MapForsyth
Jason Clodfelter currently serves as GIS Analyst for MapForsyth City-County Geographic Information Office in Winston-Salem, NC. Prior to this position, he worked as Sr. GIS Technician for Forsyth County Tax Administration where his responsibilities included parcel mapping, street... Read More →
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Mark Leipnik, PhD

Professor of Geography, Sam Houston State University
Mark Leipnik is a Professor of Geography since 1996. He is the author of two books, over 100 articles, and papers on GIS applications.



Wednesday September 10, 2014 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom B

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