2019 Geographers Meeting Attracts Westat Research Expertise, Solutions

How does harnessing the capabilities of geographic information help solve research questions? Westat is on hand to discuss a range of applications at the American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, April 3-7, 2019. The conference highlights the latest in research and applications in geography, sustainability, and GIScience.

Westat staff (names in bold) will be presenting the following material. For more detail, see the online program.

Michael Giangrande, J. Michael Brick, David Morganstein, and Katie Lewis. (Paper). Using Geospatial Solutions to Improve Survey Listing Methodology.

Kathryn Kulbicki. (Paper). The Effects of Distance on Foster Care Outcomes.

Peter Lenz,  Donald Poland, Katrina Schweikert, Kendra Taylor, and Kathryn Kulbicki. (Panel). Preparing Geographers for Business and Private Sector Careers.

Amy Dezember, Kathryn Kulbicki, Ben Korelitz, and Kristi Meadows. (Paper). An Examination of the Geographic Characteristics of Victimization Experiences in the Local Area Crime Survey (LACS).

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