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Women in GIS: 2013

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Tuesday, April 2nd 2013


Three weeks ago Hillary Perkins, a former URISA president, posted a question on the Women in GIS LinkedIn group asking for input for a session at URISA’s fall GIS Pro about women in GIS. What is the status of women in GIS? What issues do women face in our industry?

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