SUPA alumnus conducts spatial analysis workshop

Post and photo by Sara Abraham Oxford

Treviño (pictured left) provides instruction to workshop attendees

Dr. Jesús Treviño, an alumnus of the School of Urban and Public Affairs (SUPA), led a Spatial Analysis Workshop at SUPA earlier this summer. Students, staff and faculty participated in the workshop, which provided an overview of Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis (ESDA), geovisualization and spatial statistics.

Treviño is a professor at the School of Architecture at Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in Mexico and a member of Mexico’s National System of Researchers. Interestingly, he was the first graduate of the Urban Planning and Public Policy (UPPP) Ph.D. program at SUPA when he earned his degree in 2006.

Recalling his time at SUPA, Treviño said the UPPP program “was a great chance to put together experiences from my twenty years of teaching and research” and utilize his social science background in economics. He added that he especially appreciated the feedback he received from the faculty during his studies.