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February 18 - Farley Studies Payment for Ecosystem Services

Professor Kathleen Farley and Leah Bremer, a Postdoctoral Researcher, have been studying how payment for ecosystem services programs (PES) represents a growing approach to conservation in Latin America and other places around the world. Their most recent research looks at how PES affected rural farmers and communities in the Ecuadorian Highlands.

February 17 - Stow Receives NSF and DOT Grants

Professor Doug Stow and Department of Geography Researcher Pete Coulter have given some interviews regarding the awarding of grants from the National Foundation of Science and the United Stated Department of Transportation. The research grants focus on potential applications of remote sensing in disaster response.

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January 30 - CICS Opens Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Dubai

The Center for Information Convergence and Strategy (CICS) and the University of Dubai are pleased to announce the creation of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (UD-CEI). The new center will act as a research and consultancy platform for students, alumni, and faculty to network, collaborate, and develop their ideas. Situated within the University of Dubai, UD-CEI will support entrepreneurs through various stages of the entrepreneurial and innovation process. CICS Co-Director Akshay Pottathil is the Center's Director of Innovation & Strategy, while CICS Founder André Skupin assumes the position of Associate Director for Data Visualization & Analytics.

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January 21 - SDSU Hosts Conference

In San Diego last week, academic researchers from more than 30 countries gathered for the 4th International Conference on the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families. The three-day conference was organized by San Diego State University’s Department of Geography to discuss topics ranging from youth migration to child labor, educational policies, violence against children and young people’s rights and well-being. The theme of border crossings threaded through the conference, culminating with a panel discussion featuring the work of Dr. Kate Swanson and Dr. Stuart Aitken on unaccompanied migrant children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border into California, Arizona and Texas.

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