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ASPRS & CAGIS are distributing the first ever State of Geospatial Employment Survey. This survey will be the largest survey of its kind providing valuable data on the state of geospatial employment, compensation and ideology across different countries, professions and types of employers.

Just click on the following link to participate in this historic event.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CNGVKW5

CaGIS is pleased to announce that the 2019 winner of the Ph.D. Scholarship is Brent Dell from the University of Texas.  Brent is advised by Dr. May Yuan and is a member of the Geospatial Analytics and Innovative Applications (GAIA) Laboratory, where his research integrates augmented and virtual reality and aerial archaeology with drones.

From left: Thomas Pingel, Matt Rice, Samantha Arundel, Kevin Hawley

Congratulations to our newly elected CaGIS VP Thomas Pingel of Virginia Tech, and our two new Directors Kevin Hawley of the US Census Bureau & Samantha Arundel!

We also thank Howard Veregin from the Wisconsin State Cartographer’s Office and Matt Rice from George Mason University, who are rotating off the board. Thanks, Howard and Matt, for your service to CaGIS!

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