Wed, November 15, 2023 12:00 AM at MSU Main Library

The MSU GIS Day Conference is an all-day event held in the MSU Main Library on November 15th hosted by the MSUGIS Users Group. We welcome anyone with an interest in GIS from across MSU and the community to join us for a day of talks and discussion. 

Proposals are now being accepted for 20-minute in-person presentations on topics and research that are GIS-related regardless of discipline or affiliation. Any undergrad, graduate student, faculty, industry, or government GIS users are welcome to submit a proposal abstract. We encourage submissions from any discipline and topics that use geospatial information in any format, including but not limited to agriculture and natural resources, geography, engineering, business, health science, humanities, social sciences, GIS education, urban planning and infrastructure, GIS methods, DEIA and social/environmental justice. Presentations on applied GIS from campus infrastructure and municipal projects are also encouraged. To view our past program, please see this link. 

We are also seeking proposals for 5–10-minute lightning talks on subjects such as useful GIS tools or applications, favorite datasets and databases, and novel methods. 

To submit your proposal, please see this form. Proposals are due by September 25th and acceptance will be confirmed by October 1st.  

If you want to attend the conference please use these registration links: 

Online streaming only  In Person