Nathan Heazlewood from the Auckland City Council has put together a really exciting programme for our Year 13 students on March 20th. the speaker list has expanded since my last email to you and includes not only:
Dr. Joseph Kerski who will be talking about the importance of geography
US Consul General Katelyn Choe who will give a talk about the importance of understanding geography for work in international diplomacy.
Sarah Allerton- GIS Consultant at Eagle Technology. Sarah will talk about using GIS in New Zealand’s key primary industries, particularly forestry.
Georgia Edwards – Biology Information Graduate at Auckland Council.
Prajakta Niphadkar – Hydraulic Modeller at Aurecon
Alastair Grimson – Geospatial Specialist at Auckland Council
Nadine Tupp-Budding socio-ecologist at AUT
Sally Be – Senior GIS Analyst in Healthy Waters, Auckland Council
Joseph and these other speakers will talk with students on
Wednesday 20th March from 1pm to 3.30pm at Auckland City Council HQ
– floor 28 – the views are simply spectacular!
Are you interested in attending? Are your students interested in attending?
We can accommodate up to 50 students for this exciting event.