Showcase of student projects
The University of Washington Libraries is sponsoring the 2012 Student Project Competition at the UW’s second annual GIS Day event.
UW Students at all academic levels are invited to submit entries that demonstrate GIS, remote sensing, and other geospatial projects. Submissions may take the form of poster presentations, maps/cartographic creations, or other GIS- and remote sensing-related media (e.g., applications, models, etc.). Research must have been completed within the past academic year, during the author's undergraduate or graduate studies, and can include class projects, individual projects, thesis and dissertation topics. Projects can be co-authored with other students, faculty, staff and partners outside of the University of Washington, but students need to be the primary authors.
First, second, and third place awards will be determined during the GIS Day event and awarded during the afternoon portion of the day. The awards (in the form of UW Bookstore gift cards) are: $150 for first place, $125 for second place, and $100 for third place and funded from the Kenneth S. Allen Endowment.
For more information, see the Student Project Competition Call for Participants below.
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