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STEVEN HICK
GIS DIRECTOR AND RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Address and Phone Numbers:
Geographic Technology Applications Center
Department of Geography
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208
Office: BW-121
E-mail: shick@du.edu

Steven Hick is Director of the Geographic Technology Application Center. Steven is also the GIS Director and faculty member in the Department of Geography at the University of Denver. For over 20 years Steven has been directing the Geographic Information System (GIS) education and research activities in the Department. Steven is currently the Director of the GIS Certificate Program and was instrumental in the creation of one of the nation's first Master of Science degrees in Geographic Information Science. Steven has been an instructor in the Crime Mapping and Analysis Program working with the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, a National Institute of Justice program at the University of Denver. He also provides crime mapping and analysis technical assistance to law enforcement agencies across the country.

Prior to joining the University of Denver, Steven was a Technical Consultant at UGC Consulting from 1989 until 1994. Prior to moving to Denver, Steven was a Cartographer with the Defense Mapping Agency, based at Fort Sam Houston, Texas between 1985 and 1988. While living in Texas, Steven taught in the University of Texas system on the San Antonio and Austin campuses.

GEORGE ROSENBERG
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Address and Phone Numbers:
Geographic Technology Applications Center
Department of Geography
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208
E-mail: grosenbe@du.edu

George Rosenberg has been practicing law for 34 years. He has practiced as a 17th street lawyer, an attorney for a major corporation, maintained his own firm, and for government. Currently he is an assistant county attorney for Arapahoe County, where he advises and represents Arapahoe County on information age and cyber issues regarding GIS, IP and copyright.

Mr. Rosenberg has been adjunct faculty with the University of Denver since 1989, teaching law and policy based courses for University College and the College of Education for the GIS, Telecommunications, and Knowledge Management programs.

He has also been a presenter on GIS legal issues on several occasions to GIS in the Rockies conferences and the Colorado Association of County Attorneys.

Mr. Rosenberg holds a BA in communications from the University of Southern California and a JD from the University of Denver College of Law.