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Short Courses

In response to community requests and interest, UNAVCO provides an annual series of short courses focussed on UNAVCO tools and data streams. These courses are for current researchers who want to refresh their skills or explore the use of new tools, and for early career scientists such as post doctoral fellows, graduate students, and upper level undergraduates who want to learn the latest geodetic techniques.

Short Course Materials

Course Materials from previous short courses.

2015

(Courses are listed in alphabetical order)

GPS/GNSS Courses:


UNAVCO Sponsored GSA Short Courses:
GSA course registration and information

    535. How to Talk to Strangers: Selling Yourself and Your Science, for Students
    Sat., 31 Oct., 2–4 p.m., Baltimore Convention Center, Room TBA
    Cost: $10. Limit: 50. CEU: 0.2.
    Instructor: Beth Bartel, UNAVCO; Gifford Wong, Dartmouth College Cosponsor: UNAVCO

    Abstract: This short workshop for students will cover communicating at this meeting and beyond. You will walk away better equipped to connect with your audience, whether it’s your grandmother or a potential employer. You will develop an elevator speech you can use throughout the meeting and learn some tips on how to leave a (positive) lasting impression. We will also discuss how to best follow up with new contacts. This workshop will be almost completely hands on, so come ready to let down your guard, meet your peers, have fun, and walk out ready to engage in GSA 2015.


InSAR Courses:

    Advanced InSAR Processing

    June 29 - July 2, 2015.
    Location: UNAVCO Headquarters, Boulder, CO
    Course will begin at 9 AM on June 29 and end at 12 PM on July 2.

    InSAR Processing and Theory with GMTSAR

    August 10-12, 2015.
    Location: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA
    Course will begin at 9 AM on August 10 and end at 12 PM on August 12.


Strainmeter Courses:


Teacher (Grades 6 - 12) and Park Ranger & Interpreter Development Courses:

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