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2018 Fall Event – GIS Day

2018 Fall Event – GIS Day

Where: University at Buffalo, North Campus, Clemens Hall Room 120

University at Buffalo, Clemens Hall Room 120, Buffalo, NY 14228 | map
Wednesday November 14, 2018
1 pm- 5 pm

Networking and After Party: Blue Bull Tavern

1300 Sweet Home Rd.,  Amherst, NY 14228| map
5:30 pm – 7 pm

Get your tickets here:


  • Students (with valid School ID) – Free
  • Non-Students- $5


The WNYGIS User Group and the University of Buffalo are hosting a GIS event on November 14, 2018 focusing on current student GIS activities. This is a free event for students but they are encouraged to register using the link above.

Mark Scott (ESRI) will discuss the latest ESRI news and technology. Presentation Slides | Bonus Presentation Slides 1 & Presentation Slides 2


Parking passes will be distributed at the following location before the event:
(click image for PDF containing a zoomed in view of the location)

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2017 Fall Event – GIS Day

2017 Fall Event – GIS Day

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Registered ESRI GIS Day Event,

Wednesday November 15, 2017

1-5 pm, SUNY Buffalo State, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Butler Library Room 210, Buffalo, NY 14222 | map

5-7 pm, Networking and After party: SUNY Buffalo State, Butler Library Room 210

Get your tickets here:


Mark Scott, ESRI

Latest ESRI news and technology | Presentation Slides

Dr. Ingrid H. Zabel, PhD, Cornell University

New York Climate Change Science Clearinghouse

Will Schulmeister, Eaglehawk

Data. Drones. Action.

Ling Bian, PhD, University at Buffalo (SUNY)

GIScience at UB

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2016 Fall Event – GIS Day


Registered ESRI GIS Day Event,

1-5 pm, The Foundry, 298 Northampton Street, Buffalo, New York 14208 | map

5-8 pm, Ulrich’s Tavern, 674 Ellicott St, Buffalo, NY 14203 | map

Get your tickets here:


Mark Scott & Jason Sealy, ESRI

Esri Web GIS Overview: ArcGIS Desktop, Pro, Apps, and what to expect at 10.5

Patrick Kemble, NYSDOT & Kevin Hunt, NYS ITS
GIS and Local Highway Construction

Local Highway Inventory GIS Conversion | Patrick Kemble’s Presentation Slides & Kevin Hunt’s Presentation Slides

Bill Trask, Fisher Associates

Speaking the Language of Coordinate Systems: From Field to Feature Class

Graham Hayes

Using GIS to Address Taboo Topics – Politics and Religion