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Department of Earth Environmental and Geospatial Sciences

Kyle Winslow

Kyle Winslow


Kyle Winslow

Current location:

Split between Queens and Athens NY

Date of Graduation from Lehman:

May 2017

Type of degree/major/specialization/certificate:

MS in GISc

Subsequent degrees earned or in progress:

That's all for now, although I still try to teach myself new GIS and programming tricks daily.

Title of MS-GISc or GISc Certificate capstone project:

“Radionuclide Dispersal Tracking Across the Contiguous United States”

Internship Host Organization (if applicable):

None now, though I interned at the NYC Department of Transportation up until graduation and a few months beyond.

Positions held since graduating:

Database Administrator at NYC Department of Environmental Protection

Type of work you do there:

Maintaining the GreenHUB database that stores the bureau’s green infrastructure asset data. I make sure that the engineering data, the material specs, and the water-and-sewer shed info are fitting nicely together. I also prepare datasets for NYC Open Data and make infrastructure maps for a handful of city agencies.

Specific accomplishments of which you are most proud:

Finishing my degree in a relatively short time and with most of my sanity intact. Being the first person in my family with an advanced degree. The ongoing sense of accomplishment from knowing that the work I do is in furtherance of good causes.

Geography or GISc activities and/or accomplishments, awards, internships, publications:

  • “Evaluation of a Community’s Risk for Canine Parvovirus/Distemper”
    Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science -- Contributed map features to this cross-sectional study. March 2018
  • “Sea Shepherd: Making Waves”
    Suited Magazine No. 6 – Authored a feature article interviewing the captain of an environmental protection vessel in the flotilla of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. April 2018
  • Learning About NYC: Environment & Sustainability”
    Civic Hall -- Co-presenter and panelist in public forum on Open Data and green infrastructure. May 2018

Overall assessment of how Lehman’s EEGS Program prepared you for your current life:

The diversity of courses offered was a great help in preparing me for the range of GIS applications that I’ve considered making a career of. Due to the wide net cast by the department, I’m comfortable with the environmental, technological, and human sides of the discipline.

What else have you been up to? Details/news of personal life you would like to share (marriage, children, hobbies, interests, etc.):

Writing and touring for more musical projects than probably makes sense. Currently renovating a house in upstate NY. Co-founded “The Cody Hayes Winslow Project” (