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Women in GIS

by Linda Loubert

She started this project as a way to recognize women for the role they play in GIS. Women’s History Month is a great time to show the role that women are playing in one of the STEM fields and to encourage more women to be a part of this great field. She teaches GIS to students and she uses it in most of her research.


Linda Loubert is a Political Economist with a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Dallas. She completed a postdoctoral research fellowship  at the University of Michigan in the Ford Foundation Program on Poverty and Public Policy and Program for Research on Black Americans at the Institute for Social Research. Currently, she is an associate professor and interim chair of the Economics Department at Morgan State University as well as the Graduate Coordinator for the Department. She is certified as a professional in Geographical Information Systems (GIS).

P.h.D.research by Kiara M Firpi Carrión

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13th of September, 2019
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