MAGIP would like to recognize two individuals who have made a significant contribution to the organization, the profession, and community in the areas of Distinguished Service and Professional Livability.
The Distinguished Service Award is presented for long-term service and leadership to the Montana GIS community and the profession.
The GIS Professional Livability Award is an award that recognizes an individual for a measurable contribution to the application of GIS, thus improving the quality of life within their respective community, city, or state.
Each nomination requires a one-page letter of nomination, two references who also support the nomination, and any supporting documentation you may have. You can submit more than one nomination for each award.
Submit your Nomination(s)
Nominations will close February 19
Visit the MAGIP Awards page for additional information and to view the list of past award recipients
Please nominate one or more candidates that deserve this recognition!
2017 MAGIP GIS Day Web Map Contest
Prizes for 1st ($100), 2nd ($50), and 3rd Place ($25)
View the Map Contest Entries and Winners on the MAGIP GIS Day page.
Winning maps were announced on GIS Day, Wednesday, November 15 @ 6 PM at Meetups around the state.
MAGIP is now on twitter! The sole mission of the account is to showcase all things geospatial, especially when it comes to Montana! You can Follow Us @MAGIP_MT and encourage you all to do so. If you don’t have a twitter account…now would be the time to get one. If you don’t like social media….now would be the time to re-consider. And, if you are having other doubts…they are misplaced.
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Brought to you by:
Michael Krueger, MAGIP Membership Subcommittee Chair
The long awaited GISP practice exam has arrived!
The GISCI posted the following on their website:
Des Plaines, IL (August 3, 2017)
In response to great demand, GISCI has produced its first Practice Exam, designed to provide 50 sample questions based on most of the KSAs listed in our Exam Blueprint. This is intended to aid those preparing to take the exam by giving an individual an opportunity to determine her/his knowledge of the areas tested.
The practice exam is available for download here (pdf).
We hope that this will be the first of several practice exams we and others in the geospatial community will be able to provide to assist exam candidates in adequately preparing to sit for the Geospatial Core Technical Knowledge Exam.
The MAGIP Education Committee is pleased to announce that after reviewing a fine collection of applications the 2017 Grant and Scholarship awards have been released:
Two (2) $1,000 grants to assist K-12 educators to support GIS-related curriculum through the Van Shelhamer K-12 Education Grants
One (1) $2,000 scholarship to undergraduate or first-year graduate students studying GIS at a Montana college or university through the MAGIP Higher Education GIS Scholarship
$2,000 in scholarship money through the RedCastle Resources, Inc. /MAGIP GIS Scholarship
Moran Voss, The University of Montana
Jonathan Byers, The University of Montana
Andrew Nemecek, The University of Montana
MAGIP is pleased to announce the results of the 2017 Election:
Announcing the 2017 MAGIP Election Nominees:
For Vice President: Bob Cochran, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP)
For Member-At-Large (2 Positions):
Philip Davis, Montana State University
Michael Krueger, HDR Engineering
View the nominees and additional election information here.
The 2017 MAGIP Board Election opens May 1. Members in good standing with received a link to vote via email on May 1.
Nominations are sought for the following open MAGIP Board Positions:
All nominees must be MAGIP members in good standing
Nominations close on April 21, 2017 at 5 pm
For more info and to submit your nominations visit the 2017 Election site
Announcing the 2017 K-12 Grants and Higher Education GIS Scholarship Applications are now available!
This year MAGIP is offering:
2017 Higher Education GIS Scholarships
2017 K-12 Education Grants
Applications are due: March 31, 2017
For more information email the Education Committee Chair Rob Ahl
MAGIP is currently updating the web site in order to accommodate new functionality including:
The update to the new theme will commence on Tuesday, December 27. During this time some of the content may not be available. We will send an update to the MAGIP e-mail list when the web site redesign work is complete in early January 2017.
Thank you for your understanding during this transition so that we may offer you this additional functionality.
MAGIP Web Subcommittee Chair
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