2017 National Tribal GIS Conference

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Monday, November 13, 2017
2017 National Tribal GIS Conference
Monday, November 13, 2017 9:00 AM -
Friday, November 17, 2017 5:00 PM (Mountain Time)

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute
9169 Coors Road, NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87120
United States

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THEME: CULTURAL STEWARDSHIP THROUGH GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES.

The National Tribal Geographic Information Support Center (NTGISC) would like for you to join us at the 8th Annual National Tribal GIS Conference, co-hosted by Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI). This year attendees from across the country will have access to more hands-on workshops & greater networking opportunities to support the utilization of Geospatial Information Technologies within Indian Country. 

This year's theme "Cultural Stewardship Through Geospatial Technologies" aims to recognize the past, present, and future cultural foundation that guides the management and protection of Natural Resources, Culture, Land, etc. to achieve greater community decisions that support the well being of tribal communities. 

Introduction

A sustainable Geographic Information System (GIS) Program within a Tribal Government incorporates the values of Community & Culture, Economic Development & Commerce, Education, Health & Human Services, Land & Natural Resources, and Tribal Governance in all stages of the planning, design, deployment and maintenance.

Purpose

The principle goal of the Tribal GIS annual conference is to exchange information through interdisciplinary dialogues among conference participants who represent industry, academia, and federal agencies. The conference program spans across 4 ½ productive days at SIPI and includes 2 solid days of pre-conference workshops and 2 ½ days of conference sessions, each dedicated to sharing information through presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations, roundtable discussions and other special activities. Speakers are both invited and are selected for oral presentation based on submitted abstracts. The emphasis is on informative discussion and audience participation is encouraged.

“The concept of geospatial awareness is something that has been instilled in Indian Country for thousands of years. By bringing this rich history forward and coupling it with modern technology we are able to provide our Tribal leadership with the information they need to carry our tribes forward; thus paving the way for a progressive and successful future.” - Garet Couch, President of NTGISC


Keynote Speakers: 

TBD
Keynote speaker info. coming soon. 
 

Early bird registration ends Friday September 30, 2017.  

Registrant Type

Early Registration  7/10/17 thru 9/30/2017

Standard Registration 10/1/17 thru 11/17/17

Full Conference Registration

Tribal GIS Member 

$ 200.00

$ 300.00

Full Conference Registration does not include any
pre-conference workshops or training. Dinner reception ticket included in full conference registration only. 

Non-Member

$ 300.00

$ 400.00

Student/Educator/Elder

$   60.00

$   80.00

Single Day Pass (Wed. or Thurs.)

$ 125.00

$ 175.00

Pre-Conference Workshops only

$   75.00*
*Additional fees may apply 

$ 100.00*

Presenter and Volunteer

$ Complimentary

$ Complimentary

Sponsorship and Contributions

Contact: Letisha Couch

918-937-4487 ext. 801

events@tribalgis.com

 




















 


Call for Content

The conference committee is currently seeking speakers and welcomes the submission of individual papers, complete sessions, panels, and workshops. Submit abstracts for NTGISC’s conference and share your ideas, research and success stories with your peers. This year's theme "Geospatial collaboration, communication, and coordination for future generations" aims to recognize the coordination and communication skills GIS practitioners harness to achieve greater community efficiency that attract significant interest and support. Abstract submissions should include a presentation title, descriptive abstract, and contact information. Abstract submissions will now be accepted until Friday, October 13, 2017. Submissions and questions may be sent to events@tribalgis.com. Complimentary registrations are available for Presenters and Volunteers.




 

 

Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • Please remit payments to the following:

    National Tribal Geographic Information Support Center
    P.O. Box 638
    Bonne Terre, MO 63628
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