Join us for a three day Mapathon and contribute to OpenStreetMap for humanitarian efforts during the AAG Conference. Organized by MapGive (an initiative of the U.S. Department of State's Humanitarian Information Unit), George Mason University, and friends. Registration to the AAG Meeting is required to attend the AAG Mapathon. Don't forget to bring your laptop to join the mapping!
Listen to the keynote lectures from Lee Schwartz, Geographer of the United States, Nama Budhathoki, Founder and Executive Director at Kathmandu Living Labs, and Carrie Stokes, Director and Founder of the United States Agency for International Development's GeoCenter.
Attend inspiring research talks and panels on how to grow humanitarian mapping programs, analyze mapping data, and be a good global geoinformation steward.
AAG Conference Code of Conduct: Professional ideas and information are exchanged most effectively at the AAG Annual Meeting in an atmosphere free of abuse or harassment and characterized by courtesy and respect. To that end, the AAG expects all individuals who attend to conduct themselves in a manner that establishes an atmosphere free from discriminatory practices.
Featured Event: Disrupt Geo Lightning Talks
In this special AAG session, we invite academics, industry professionals, non-academic researchers, and activists, basically anyone doing really interesting geo-things who wants to show them off.