Announcing the Cartography and Geographic Information Society’s Student Scholarship Awards
The Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS) proudly announces that applications are now being accepted for the Society’s annual scholarship awards. The scholarships recognize academic achievement and encourage the continuing success of outstanding cartography and geographic information science students. The scholarships also recognize achievement or potential for achievement in original research advancing the specific disciplines of cartography or GIScience. Winners are selected based on academic achievement, particularly in the calendar year prior to the award.
Applications are due by January 20, 2017 and will be reviewed by the CaGIS Scholarship Committee. Award recipients will be announced in March, 2017.
Three scholarships are available to students whose research and accomplishments support the mission of CaGIS. CaGIS will bestow two Masters Scholarship Awards ($750) and one Doctoral Scholarship Award ($1500) to successful applicants. Award priority will be given to those candidates that are currently enrolled in a four-year undergraduate or graduate degree program during 2015 or 2016, studying cartography, geographic information science, or a closely related field. Outstanding undergraduates or individuals returning to school that have been accepted to a Masters program in GIScience are also eligible to apply for the Masters Scholarship Award. Outstanding candidates that are not currently enrolled as a student, but have been accepted to a PhD program are also eligible to apply to the Doctoral Scholarship Award.
For more information on eligibility, application procedure, and award details please see the CaGIS award website at: http://www.cartogis.org/awards/scholarship.php
Or, contact Fritz C. Kessler, Chair of the CaGIS Scholarship Award Committee at email@example.com