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GIS Certificate Program 2006-10-04
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2013 Federalism Symposium: Historical Development & Modern Governance 2013-05-02
The Federalism Report 2006-09-19
Chemical Supply Chain Study 2013-04-03
Graduate Programs 2006-07-06
Contact and General Information 2006-09-19
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Red State, Blue State: The Use of GIS in Campaigns and Elections 2007-10-30
Brown Bag Lunch Discussion 2007-09-27
TerraLook - Satellite Imagery to View a Changing World 2007-09-05
GIS: Powerful Teaching and Workplace Tool 2007-09-05
KAS Annual Meeting 2007-09-05
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Final Program 2013-07-09
Program 2013-06-04
ORP 17.pdf 2010-10-18
ORP 16.pdf 2010-07-12
Learning to Teach_AEFA.pdf 2009-09-15
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Federalism Symposium 2013 2013-05-02
chemsupply 2013-04-03
Students 2006-10-25
KERR Files 2009-09-15
mbessette 2009-08-18
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Faculty and Staff 2006-09-19
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MPA Site 2009-05-05
Kentucky Political Science Association (KPSA) 2008-01-29
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Dr. Hail Publishes Research on Assessment of Bush Presidency 2009-04-14
Faculty Remote Sensing Research Mini-grants Available 2009-02-06
Student Remote Sensing Research Mini-grants Available' 2009-02-03
Dr. Hail Presents Research on Assessment of Bush Presidency 2008-02-26
Education and Employment Opportunities with ESRI 2007-12-05
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Contact Zack - IRAPP WebForm 2007-07-30
CPE Draft Proposal Ideas and Suggestions 2007-03-16
IRAPP WebForm 2007-03-16
MPA WebForm 2007-03-16
Contact David - IRAPP WebForm 2007-03-16
Survey Matrix
10. We have briefly described five possible game scenarios below. 2007-02-08
Survey Matrix Question
f) Students learn about tsunamis by flying over a coastal area and identifying residences where people will need to be evacuated in advance of an approaching tsunami, and roads that need to be closed to prevent people from traveling into dangerous areas. 2007-02-08
e) Students learn about alternative energy sources by flying over a developing country and identifying the best areas to construct wind farms and/or solar energy plants to produce electricity. 2007-02-08
d) Students learn about the local effects of global temperature change by flying over an area and measuring how the amount of lake ice has changed over time. 2007-02-08
c) Students learn about factors that affect global warming by flying over an area and mapping out natural and human features that produce and remove greenhouse gases. 2007-02-08
b) Students learn about endangered species and biodiversity by flying over a real landscape and identifying areas that would be suitable to reintroduce a locally extinct animal species. 2007-02-08
Survey Select Question
12. How would you plan on using this video game? 2007-02-08
11. Overall, how interested would you be in using a video game to teach core science concepts in your classes? 2007-02-08
7. What operating system do the computers in your computer lab use? 2007-02-08
9. What operating system does (do) the computer(s) in your classroom use? 2007-02-08
8. How many computers do you have in your classroom for student use? 2007-02-08
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4. In which county is your school located? 2007-02-08
3. What is the name of your school? 2007-02-08
2. Please list all science classes that you teach 2007-02-08
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