Scott Madry is a research associate professor of archaeology at UNC Chapel Hill and is also on the faculty of the International Space University in Strasbourg, France. He used to work for NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration and taught at Rutgers University. He has conducted regional environmental and cultural research around the world for 30 years, with a focus on archaeology, regional history, space, space technologies, and disaster management. Dr. Madry is interested in the application of advanced space technologies for complex regional issues such as land use and human settlement patterns over time, including how societies respond to and prepare for disasters. He is an active volunteer with the American Red Cross and the GISCorps. In 2012 he was awarded, along with the other GISCorps volunteers, the President’s Volunteer Service Award by President Barack Obama

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