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GeoRabble Tas #9

GeoRabble Tas #9 GeoRabble is back in Hobart for the first time this year! Jacobs has agreed to sponsor the event, which means we can run one, so we are! No surprises, it’s just a great chance to catch up with some nice folks with similar interests and share a few words over a beverage … Continue reading

GeoRabble “GeoCareers” at Geosmart Asia – Locate 18

GeoRabble “GeoCareers” @ Geosmart Asia – Locate 18, Monday April 9th GeoRabble is pleased to announce that we are holding a GeoRabble at Geosmart Asia – Locate 18. This event is going to be a special event about GeoCareers, and we’re going to have presenters from a variety of stages in their careers talk about … Continue reading

GeoRabble Melbourne #11 | Wednesday 21 March

GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Wednesday 21st March 2018 at the Elephant and Wheelbarrow, 94-96 Bourke Street, Melbourne. Networking drinks start 5:30pm. Presentations commence: 6:00pm followed by more networking. Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas!  Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #20 – The Debate Edition – GIS Day: Wednesday 15th November 2017

The Perth crew changed things up for GIS Day 2017 with GeoRabble Perth #20 – The Debate Edition. The surprise for this one was that it was ‘everyone in’ – with full Rabble participation. After a few limbering ales to celebrate the Aussie win over Honduras in the World Cup Qualifier – MC Carly split … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #20 – The Debate Edition

GeoRabble Perth #20 – The Debate Edition – GIS Day: Wednesday 15th November 2017 Want to do something a bit different for GIS Day this year? Well join us for an alternative take on the usual GeoRabble format, and join your fellow geospatial peeps in a rousing ‘rabblin geo-debate on all things spatial! We’re throwing … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #19 – Student Edition – It’s A Wrap!

Suzy Urbaniak set the scene for the night with her infectious enthusiasm for science and education! Suzy shared her hands-on approach with real world and field based learning. She introduced her Centre of Resources Excellence Program, designed with STEAM front of mind – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. Next up was repeat speaker Dhan Prabhu, … Continue reading

Georabble Melbourne #10 | 23 Nov

GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Thursday 23rd November 2017 at the Imperial Hotel, 2 Bourke St, Melbourne (Corner Bourke & Spring Sts). Networking drinks start 5:30pm. Presentations commence: 6:00pm followed by more networking. Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas!  Each presentation is … Continue reading

GeoRabble Tas #8 is being held on the 14th of September, 2017

GeoRabble Tas #8 Hey everybody, this is a rather belated post to let you know that there’s a GeoRabble coming up in Tasmania this week! We’ve got three great presenters, plus a secret presenter who will be revealed on the night. (No, it’s not just disorganisation, we really do have something special for you!) The … Continue reading

Tonight’s Final Speakers Announced! | GeoRabble Perth #19 | Students of Geo

Georabble – Student Edition – Thursday 7th September 2017  Speakers: Suzy Urbaniak: Geoscience, Education and STEM – What’s happening and where is it going… Tristan Reed & Jeremy Siao Him Fa: Geo-app development in Remote Schools Mark Williams: Participatory Mapping, Central Australia to Cambodia Darren Mottolini: The Assumptions of Mentoring Dhan Prabhu: “Getting into Resources” – Resource … Continue reading

Speakers Announced! | GeoRabble Perth #19 | Students of Geo

Georabble – Student Edition – Thursday 7th September 2017   Speakers: Suzy Urbaniak: Geoscience, Education and STEM – What’s happening and where is it going… Tristan Reed & Jeremy Siao Him Fa: Geo-app development in Remote Schools Mark Williams: Participatory Mapping, Central Australia to Cambodia More to be announced soon! What ignited your passion for all … Continue reading

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