Good luck with your presentations this week.
Best wishes.

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Webinar on 15th May, 3-4pm: MapStory - The Atlas of Change that Everyone Can Edit. More info on MapStory in http://mapstory.org/  Registration for the webinar in  https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/922723730

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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is currently seeking to recruit a Research and Insight Officer.

26,800 to £36,200
Two years fixed term or secondment

Kensington and Chelsea is one of the most exciting and diverse areas of London. Understanding and meeting the needs and aspirations of its residents, businesses and visitors is a tough challenge. One that the Council is determined to meet. Our ability to do so depends on having good information and analysis - about people and places, issues and interests, and about wider developments both in London and at the national level. Your job will be to gather, analyse and present information to support evidence based decision making, helping others understand what it is that makes Kensington and Chelsea so special.

Experienced in the interrogation of complex datasets, you will be able to effectively manage concurrent projects with competing deadlines, work with a range of people and act as corporate lead for population statistics.

You will possess a good degree or equivalent qualification, have experience with Geographical Information Systems (ideally ArcView) and be familiar with quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. A confident communicator, you will be able to produce reports and briefings for different audiences (e.g. senior managers, residents, Councillors, external agencies etc).

Closing date: 9th May 2014

Has anyone else volunteered for the Grand Designs event? Trying to pick a day! 

Hey all,
The exam timetable was published earlier on today in case you havent seen it, as I know some where wondering when it was coming out.
2nd May- GIS
13th May for Spatial Modelling.

Enjoy your break and the Easter holidays!

Sian

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Tonight at 5.30pm in UCL Senate House: Quantitative Training for Humanities Students Lecture Series, with Mark Easton (BBC Home Editor) 

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Found this nice site for tips on Processing : http://natureofcode.com/book/chapter-7-cellular-automata/

Also if anyone needs you can use Matlab on your laptop through UCL Citrix System via http://my.desktop.ucl.ac.uk/

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Today is a special day for Greeks. We welcome and celebrate the spring in the countryside with kites, a specific kind of food and a lot of music! This song comes from our islands' culture. Sounds like the summer with the Aegean blue sea is coming...

I wasn't copies in the emails about a visit to the British Library, but Sally-Ann kindly forwarded it to me. I am planning to go to the BL on Thursday before or after lecture. Anyone want to come at the same time?
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