Meet Diana Ter-Ghazaryan
Special guests: Diana Ter-Ghazaryan, PhD, GISP, Associate Professor (Teaching) of Spatial
Meet, Diana Ter-Ghazaryan, who recently joined the USC Spatial Sciences Institute faculty. Before coming to USC, Professor Ter-Ghazaryan was a faculty research associate at the GIS Center of Florida International University, where she had also earned her Ph.D. in international relations and geography.
In this presentation, Professor Ter-Ghazaryan talks about her research interests, which include geospatial data visualization, spatial humanities, urban geography and human security/geospatial intelligence.
She also highlights her recent projects, including the Security Research Hub, a collaborative database related to security issues in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Dana A. Dorsey project, which used georeferencing to reconstruct the story of Miami’s first Black millionaire.
Much of Professor Ter-Ghazaryan’s work focuses on the intersection of national identity and social memory in urban spaces. She looks forward to helping students fuse their own professional and personal interests through the possibilities of geospatial technology.
After meeting Professor Ter-Ghazaryan, viewers can learn more about USC’s active approach to online learning and about how students in online GIST programs benefit from free access to proprietary software and the Catalina Island excursion.
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