Spring Conference 2021

Theme: Do you feel lucky?Registration is closed. Thanks to everyone that participated.
 Conference Recordings and Agenda - Click here

Membership Information

Current Member Types and cost:

Regular Membership ($40)- Individual membership 

Student Membership(No Cost)- Membership for active students (please use .edu email)

Institutional Memberships - Organizational membership with two tiers: up to 5 members($200) or up to 10 members ($400) - Example: State Agency, University Department, Non-Profits, etc

Corporate Membership ($200)- Organizational membership for up to 3 linked members

Membership in TNGIC is valid for one year from your join date.  You will receive an automated message when renewal is due. 

 Conference Information

When: April 20-22 from 8:30am to 11:30am Central, 9:30am-12:30pm Eastern 

Where: Virtually (Calendar invite and Zoom info is available for members in the Event Calendar. 


Susan Buto - National Hydrography Data Acquisition Lead- USGS

Susan (Sue) Buto started her 18-year career with the USGS working for the Nevada and Utah Water Science Centers providing GIS and remote sensing support for hydrologic studies in the western US. In 2015, she took on the role of National Watershed Boundary Dataset Lead, working in a joint capacity for the USGS Water Mission Area and the National Geospatial Program. She currently serves as the National Hydrography Data Acquisition Lead and as the acting 3D Elevation Program Data Acquisition Lead. Sue currently resides in Carson City, Nevada.

Ensheng Dong - PHD Candidate, Johns Hopkins University

Ensheng Dong is a PhD candidate and Louis M. Brown Engineering Fellow of the Department of Civil and Systems Engineering (CaSE) and the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University. He is also a member of the Infectious Disease Dynamics (IDD) group at the JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is interested in interdisciplinary research on network science, mobility modeling, spatial analysis, geo-visualization, and infectious diseases. His recent work includes forecasting the risk of measles in the US and the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), predicting dengue outbreaks in Sri Lanka, building and maintaining the JHU CSSE coronavirus dashboard, and modeling the global coronavirus pandemic.


Map Gallery: 
See the great 2021 Map Gallery

Agenda At A Glance - The schedule of events
Detailed Presentation Agenda - Titles, Bios, and Abstracts from our great presenters.


Training Workshops:
Registration is closed

Teach Me GIS - Scripting in ArcGIS with Arcade - Friday, April 23, 2021 from 9:00am to 5:00pm (EST).

North River Geographic Systems - Introduction to QGIS - More classes upcoming from NRGS this year!


TNGIC Board of Director's Business and Elections

Join us for lots of great information, awards, and the changing of the Board of Director's leadership.  Voting will also occur to fill the 4 open Board of Director positions. We have a great group of professionals as always.  Please take some time to view their outstanding profiles.