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2019 Geospatial Technology Skills Competition
Due March 8th at 1 PM Eastern. All projects must be completed by a single individual.
The winners will be awarded registration, travel and accommodations to the 2019 GeoEd Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. The winners will also present their posters at this conference. It is anticipated that there will also be a prize for the best Open Source GIS project.
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Birth date (must be 18 and older)
Are you currently enrolled in a geospatial technology course (e.g., geographic information systems, remote sensing, or GPS/GNSS, etc.) or geospatial technology program at an accredited 2-year or 4-year U.S. institution (undergraduate status)?
College/University Name (where you are enrolled Spring 2019)
What type of educational institution is this?
2-Year Community or Technical College
4-Year College or University
What is your Student Status?
Other - Community College
Other - Technical College
What is your Major?
What is your Minor (if applicable)?
Geospatial Instructor Contact Name? (This will be used to verify student status)
Email Address for Geospatial Instructor? (This will be used to verify student status)
Project Title Name
Project Abstract: 150 - 250 word abstract describing your project
I give consent for the GeoTech Center to post my project on the competition website page and/or interactive map after the competition is complete. *
By checking the box below, I agree that all work and cartographic output is my own. Any use of outside sources have been documented to the best of my ability. I also give consent for the GeoTech Center to display my name, university, student status, major, city/state, and project title on the competition website and/or interactive map.
Please list GIS Software that was used.
If you created your Project in Open Source Software please check below.
I am using Open Source Software for my Project!
Please upload your Project here as a PDF
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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