On March 7, 2006, the Northeastern North Carolina Chapter of the IEEE-Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society held its Spring Distinguished Lecture Series with Dr. Kenneth Jezek of Ohio State University as the guest speaker.
Dr. Jezek is
the Principal Investigator on the RADARSAT-1 Antarctic Mapping Project
Byrd Polar Research Center. His presentation was titled "Antarctica: Its Ice, Land and Ocean as viewed by RADARSAT-1".
The Lectures Series was preceded by a meeting of the Northeastern North Carolina Chapter of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). Dr. Linda Hayden, Assistant Dean of the School of Mathematics, Science and Technology and President of the NE NC Chapter of IEEE-GRSS greeted the guests. Visitors included:
- Mr. Charles Luther of Morgan State University
- Dr. Barry Rock, University of New Hampshire
- Dr. Karen Graham, University of New Hampshire
- Dr. Stephen Hale, University of New Hampshire
- Dr. George Hurtt, University of New Hampshire
- Mr. Devoe Levine-Leung, University of New Hampshire