GIS Students Awarded Esri User Conference Student Assistantships

Posted in Geographic Information Systems, Home page featured

Esri logo
Hilary Melton, Andrew Whitman, and Lindsay Spencer, current students in the Johns Hopkins Master of Science in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program, were recently awarded Student Assistantships for the 2016 Esri User Conference.

Based in California, Esri is a leading international supplier of GIS applications, software, and geodatabase management tools. The Esri User Conference (UC) promotes collaboration and networking for GIS professionals who redefine how we solve social, economic, business, and environmental challenges.

The Student Assistantship Program is a highly coveted opportunity for GIS students from around the world. The selection committee appoints up to 60 students and facilitates enrichment and networking activities throughout the UC.

The Johns Hopkins Master of Science in GIS and Certificate in GIS offer a scientific foundation in the fascinating fields of spatial data modeling, spatial data analysis, geo-visualization, and enterprise GIS architecture. Courses are available 100% online and students attend from around the United States and the world.

Interested in the Johns Hopkins GIS programs? Request information today.