Meet the Spring 2015 GIS Interns. For information on how to become or how to obtain a Fall 2015 GIS Intern, contact Kim Diver (kdiver).
The Master’s of Science in Geospatial Technologies program at the University of Washington – Tacoma is looking for a funded RA position for the academic year of 2015-2016. The selected student will support assistant professor Jim Thatcher on a project to map and visualize the multi-dimensional network that spins outward as information is uploaded, shared, … Read more
World Resources Institute has three open GIS positions in the Global Forest Watch initiative: GFW Data & Website Research Assistant Location: US-DC-Washington Program: Food, Forest, and Water (FFW) Type: Regular Full-Time Global Forest Watch GIS Research Analyst I Location: US-DC-Washington Program: Food, Forest, and Water (FFW) Type: Regular Full-Time Global Forest Watch … Read more
Do you have an interest in how good geospatial data is developed and how best to review the accuracy of that data? Do you have an interest in working on major projects that involve mapping a major city or all the roads in a state? Want to build up your resume, further develop your desktop … Read more
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Office of Information Management, is currently seeking to fill an Information Technology Analyst position to support GIS use in the department. The application closing date is March 31, 2015. More information on is available on the Connecticut Statewide Jobs page.
GIS Working Group – Story maps in the classroom Thursday February 19 1:00 – 2:00 pm Fisk 115 light snacks and refreshments provided This month’s GIS Working Group meeting will include a discussion about story maps in the classroom. Colleaugues who have implemented and are currently using story maps as a pedagogical tool will share … Read more
The West Virginia GIS Technical Center (http://www.wvgis.wvu.edu), housed in the Department of Geology and Geography at West Virginia University, is seeking a graduate research assistant at the Masters or Ph.D. level in Geographic Information Science. At a minimum, applicants should have an undergraduate degree in Geography, Geology, Computer Science or related field or any combination … Read more
Each year at the Esri Uuser Conference, up to 60 students take part in the Student Assistantship program, giving them the opportunity to network with fellow students and GIS professionals from around the world. Student assistants spend the week monitoring sessions, working at attendee registration, and assisting with overall conference logistics. In exchange, they can … Read more
Visit http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/apply.html to learn about this year’s NASA DEVELOP projects and application procedures. DEVELOP is a NASA program in which students conduct research with scientists utilizing remote sensing and GIS.
GIS Interns are a group of paid student assistants available to work on faculty projects, help prepare class modules with faculty, and work with community-based service-learning projects outside of a course framework. The Spring 2015 GIS Interns are paired with a professor’s course to assist that professor in preparing GIS-related materials for the course and/or … Read more