UCGISUniversity Consortium on Geographic Information Science
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In 2006, after UCGIS joined a Member Organization, the Board voted to restructure itself once more.
UCGIS Joined 11/29/05 Had no representatives from 2004-2006
community colleges that is analogous to the role the UCGIS plays for research universities.
She retired in 2010 after 13 years as the Higher Education Manager at Esri where she helped colleges and universities develop GIS programs, was one of the Editors for the UCGIS GIS&T Body of Knowledge and was part of the working group that developed the criteria for qualifications to a become a GIS Professional.
cash funding and a $50,000 software donation in recognition of an exceptional and innovative applied research proposal, provided an opportunity for any UCGIS member using or intending to use Intergraph technology as the foundation for geospatial research to apply.
In addition to the grant offering, Intergraph is participating in the UCGIS Young Scholars Program, which provides financial support for emerging scientists in the GIS community to attend UCGIS events.
For more information on the UCGIS Winter Meeting 2004, visit http://www.
The mission of UCGIS is threefold: to serve as an effective, unified voice for the geographic information science research community; to foster multidisciplinary research and education; and to promote the informed and responsible use of geographic information science and geographic analysis for the benefit of society.
UCGIS is a non-profit organization of universities and other research institutions dedicated to advancing the understanding of geographic processes and spatial relationships through improved theory, methods, technology, and data.
We appreciate Intergraph's continued support of the UCGIS initiatives.
We're delighted to provide these tools to UCGIS members," said Susan Nolen, academic program manager, Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions.