Livia Betancourt Mazur is working on her Master’s thesis in Geography at Hunter College of City University of New York. She has issued a call for participants for her survey which seeks to explore the representation of women in GIS and the experience of women who already work in the field:
The survey asks simple questions on work history and experience and for women’s opinion on the GIS
workspace. It should take about 30 minutes to complete. I am not collecting any personal information in
the survey and IP addresses are not being recorded by the online survey instrument so the identity of
survey respondents will remain completely protected.
To participate in the survey please visit: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1688147/Women-in-GIS
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