Workshop 2: Women in Geospatial Sciences, Building leaders for tomorrow
The objective of the workshop is to build a TRELIS network within and between PSU, SU, Cornell, SUNY-ESF, SUNY-Buffalo, and other regional institutions of higher education, by providing an opportunity for career coaching that will enable women to build a network of mentors and peers. The interactive workshops that address themes discussed during the TRELIS workshop in Madison, including: Work-Life Integration (WLI), Career Trajectories & Leadership (TL), Mentoring & Coaching (ML), Communication & Language (CL) and Obstacles, Conflicts & Solutions (OCS).

The workshop will provide a ‘safe place’ to foster discussions and to bring together women faculty in the geospatial sciences from each institution. The workshop is open to women who work in the geospatial sciences at all career stages, including mid- and early-career faculty, staff, post-docs, and graduate students.

The workshop will be held at Syracuse University from 2pm Monday 13th - 4pm Tuesday 14th May 2019. Women at regiona institutions of higher education who use geospatial technologies in their work are invited to apply. If you have questions, please contact Jane Read ( or Justine Blanford (

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