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Ladies of Landsat – Summary of activity – June 2022

Building a more diverse, inclusive, open and welcoming geospatial industry is all about giving a voice to a more diverse group of geospatial experts and it’s a pleasure to showcase Ladies of Landsat and the all the awesome work they do!

Overview Ladies of Landsat: 

Ladies of Landsat is a supportive and intersectional organization for underrepresented remote sensing scientists. It was founded in 2018 by Dr. Kate Fickas and joined soon after by co-director Dr. Morgan Crowley and lead-organizers Dr. Flávia de Souza Mendes and Dr. Meghan Halabisky. Ladies of Landsat aim to lift up, retain and attract underrepresented scientists to Earth observation sciences through our many outreach activities and networking events!

Manuscript Monday database: https://github.com/ladiesoflandsat/LOLManuscriptMonday/blob/main/README.md

June 2022 with LoL:

June 1 – Sisters of SAR and Ladies of Landsat welcomed Women of Waveforms to the community, led by Heather Kay.

June 6 – Morgan Crowley moderated and co-organized “Women in Remote Sensing, Photogrammetry and Spatial Information Science” forum at the ISPRS World Congress 2022 with Sheryl Rose Reyes of ISPRS SC and Marguerite Madden of ISPRS. Included an in-person panel discussion and a virtual lightning talk series that included one from Kate Fickas for Ladies of Landsat.

June 6 – Manuscript Monday feature of Heather Kay

June 7 – Sisters of SAR and Ladies of Landsat welcomed Dames of Drones to the community, led by Dr. Karen Joyce, Olivia Rowley, and Anna Windle.

June 13 – Manuscript Monday feature of Dr. Ekena Rangel Pinagé

 

June 20 – Manuscript Monday feature of Dr. Karen Joyce, Dr. Karen Anderson, and Dr. Renee Bartolo

 

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Sisters of SAR – Summary of activity – June 2022

Building a more diverse, inclusive, open and welcoming geospatial industry is all about giving a voice to a more diverse group of geospatial experts and it’s a pleasure to showcase SistersofSAR and the all the awesome work they do!

If you are wondering about Sisters of SAR and what they do, then please check out this introductory article on “Sisters of SAR: vision and mission“.

Here’s what Sisters of SAR have been up to this June.

  1. SAR Facts on Mondays
  2. Training info on Tuesday
  3. Diversity highlights on Wednesday
  4. Pictures on Thursday
  5. SAR stars

 

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#PictureDay Thursday:

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@ant_dasgupta joined the Sisters of SAR’s organising team on June 15!

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