Junior GIS Analyst, START
8400 Baltimore Ave., Suite 250 College Park, Maryland 20740
Joshua M. House is a junior GIS analyst and intern supervisor at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), where he conducts multi-method modeling and analysis focused on licit/illicit transportation networks, risk assessment, and statistical spatial relationships. As a junior GIS analyst, Joshua has worked with a team of researchers on several large government-funded research and data collection projects such as, European Architecture (EuroArch), Transportation of Illicit Trafficking (TransIT), and Capabilities Development Framework (CDF). Joshua has a B.S. in Geographical Sciences from University of Maryland, College Park, where he focused on conducting spatial analysis, statistics, remote sensing, cartography, computer programming and modeling data. Currently, Joshua is working towards completing his M.P.S. in Geospatial Information Science at University of Maryland, College Park, with a particular interest in terrorism studies and environmental systems.
- University of Maryland, M.P.S., Geospatial Information Science, 2013 - Present
- University of Maryland, B.S., Geographical Sciences (GIS & Remote Sensing), 2013
Gamma Theta Upsilon (GTU) Geography Honors Society, 2011-2013
University of Maryland (START), Junior GIS Analyst, 2013 - Present