1st Place - $100
2nd Place - $50
3rd Place - $25
Each Winner will also receive an individual ArcGIS for Personal Use License from the Esri GIS Day Team!
Please note that ArcGIS for Personal Use is valued at $100 and includes access to:
Look for a link to vote on Tuesday, November 12 through the MAGIP List and on the GIS Day page
Winning maps will be announced on GIS Day
Wednesday, November 13 at Meetups and Online
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MAGIP Members can Submit a Request for Assistance
for Monetary or Volunteer Support
Don’t miss your chance to participate in the 2020 Big Sky GeoCon scheduled for April 6-9, 2020 in Missoula, Montana!
Please see the 2020 Sponsor Prospectus for all of the sponsorship opportunities.
Contact Michelle Quinn with any questions or if you would like to take advantage of a sponsor opportunity for the 2020 Big Sky GeoCon!
We hope to see you there!
2020 Big Sky GeoCon Coordinator
Email Michelle or call her at: (406) 625-7060
Announcing that Brandy Holstein (Montana Department of Revenue) has accepted the role of Professional Development Committee Chair on the MAGIP Board of Directors effective August 20, 2019.
At the last MAGIP Board meeting held July 16, 2019 two new board members were appointed to the MAGIP Board of Directors for the term of July 2019 - May 2021:
Welcome to our new Board Members!
The Education Committee is pleased to announce the 2019 scholarship and grant award winners. This year we were able to distribute a total of five awards, including a MAGIP Higher Education Scholarship to Jesse Bunker, a MAGIP/RedCastle Resources Higher Education Scholarship to Ryan Rock, and a K-12 Education Grant to Morgan Anderson. In addition, we also issued a combination Higher Education Scholarship and K-12 Education Grant to two recipients to Holly Nesbitt and Anna Crockett.
Jesse Bunker, of Montana Tech in Butte, is doing pioneering work with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and sensor technology. In his research he is developing methods for detecting and measuring groundwater discharge in the Yellowstone River in southwestern Montana.
Ryan Rock is doing innovative remote sensing-based forest inventory and modeling work in collaboration with the Montana Department of Natural Resources, primarily focused on the Stillwater State Forest.
While Morgan Anderson is continuing her geography research into the dynamics of land development patterns in the west, she is also going to work with the Education Committee to organize and catalog past K-12 projects and help make them readily accessible to for use by current and future educators.
Holly Nesbitt and Anna Crockett are both working on highly relevant water quantity and also water distribution models. Each of their projects have unique qualities, but together they represent a body of work that will advance the state of traditional water management but also has the capacity to help people understand and the challenges of moving around and sharing water resources. We have awarded them each Higher Education Scholarships, and have asked them to frame their work in a manner that can be applied in a K-12 setting. After all, water management is as much a social practice as a scientific one. Bringing this kind of thinking to classrooms will help students adapt STEM principles and potentially help future leaders understand the social and environmental implications of sound water management. Their work will take place in the Upper Clark Fork Watershed, and will engage with local schools and perhaps Montana Tech in Butte.
For additional information about the MAGIP Higher Education GIS Scholarships and K-12 Education Grants contact the MAGIP Education Committee Chair, Rob Ahl
The MAGIP Election Results are in!
The winners of the election are:
Congratulations! Thank you to everyone who threw their hats in the ring. We truly appreciate your interest and willingness to volunteer!
New Board Members will take office in June 2019
For more information visit: https://www.magip.org/2019Elections/
The 2018 MAGIP Salary Survey Results have now been posted to the MAGIP website on the Professional Development Committee page
Only MAGIP members in good standing are eligible to run for a MAGIP Board position, submit a nominations, and vote in the election for the three (3) elected positions.
Voting will take place starting Wednesday, May 1 and will end at 5 pm on Thursday, May 16.
REGISTER NOW for the 2019 Big Sky GeoCon hosted by MAGIP!
The conference is April 1 - 4, 2019 at the Clarion Inn Copper King in Butte.
Check out the 2019 Big Sky GeoCon page for more information on workshops, presentations, conference activities, and to register.
MAGIP is now accepting applications for the 2019 MAGIP Higher Education GIS Scholarships and K-12 Education Grants!
Applications are due March 27, 2019
Contact the Education Committee Chair for more info
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