Resilient Colorado is an initiative of the University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning to assist Colorado communities recovering from the September 2013 floods. The initiative will connect faculty and staff experience, student passion, and communities to facilitate recovery and contribute to a more resilient Colorado.
University of Colorado Denver students, in a partnership between the Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences/College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the College of Architecture and Planning will be participating in GIS Day, November 19th 2014. As a continuation of focused work around the September 2013 floods in Lyons, Colorado, many students will be presenting multidisciplinary GIScience technology (geographic information systems, remote sensing, GPS, and cartography) research at this event.
GIS Day is 10am-2pm on November 19th in the Atrium of the Wellington Webb Building, 201 W Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80202. Posters will be on display throughout the entire week, M-F during regular working hours and is open to the public.