Masters of Science, Geographic Information Systems, University of Redlands
Patricia Carbajales-Dale serves as the Co-Director of the Center of Excellences and manages the daily operations of the Geospatial Technology center. This includes coordinating the geospatial technology consultation services, the implementation and management of cloud-computing and web-based GIS platforms, as well as developing customized training materials for class instruction and project support. Patricia joined Clemson’s Cyberinfrastructure Technology Integration Group in September 2014. Previous to Clemson, Patricia established and ran the Stanford Geospatial Center for four years at Stanford University where she also held the position of GIS Lecturer within the School of Earth Sciences. She created and taught the first “GIS for Good” class, a service learning class where students from different disciplines partnered with the United Nations, and other international humanitarian organizations to create innovative solutions to real-world problems.