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This year's winner of the Esri Canada GIS Scholarship is Agatha Czekajlo, an MSc student in the Integrated Remote Sensing Studio (Forest Resources Management Department, Faculty of Forestry, UBC). Her submission, the Vancouver Green Bus Atlas, classifies popular city bus routes according to their greenness - a measure that Agatha argues has positive impacts in riders' well-being.

by evan thornberry – Date: April 16, 2019 @2:05 pm

Submissions are open for two scholarships offered by Esri Canada Esri Canada’s annual GIS Scholarhsip Award recipients receive $2000, ArcGIS software, books, and training and networking opportunites. More info: Esri Canada GIS Scholarship 2019 2019 International Esri Young Scholars Award Applications are due March 22. The Esri Young Scholars Award program was launched in 2012 […]

by evan thornberry – Date: April 16, 2019 @11:44 am

Earth with sci-fi data overlay
The 2018 Esri User Conference Technical Workshops are now available for you to view. Watch them free of charge on Esri’s Youtube playlist. If you prefer print to video, or you simply want both,  you can also access the PDF versions of the PowerPoint slides from each workshop on the Esri Events Proceedings page. The […]

by Paul Lesack – Date: October 2, 2018 @8:45 am

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The UBC Sustainability Scholars Program is an innovative paid internship program that matches UBC graduate students with on- and off-campus sustainability partners to work on projects that support the advancement of sustainability in the region. A paid part-time summer internship available for a current graduate student with GIS experience. Applications are accepted on a rolling […]

by Paul Lesack – Date: August 28, 2018 @10:10 am

Global light trends mapped in ArcGIS Pro using a dark canvas proved to be a winning map submission for Yuhao Lu for Esri Canada’s 2018 Scholarship contest. This visualization using Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) images conceptualizes where the fastest growing cities are located in contrast to where declining cites exist using dark mapping. […]

by evan thornberry – Date: February 1, 2019 @1:07 pm

Desolation Sound rendered using Blender
Are you an undergrad or grad student who has used Esri to complete a project? Interested in having your expenses paid for a visit to the International Esri User Conference in sunny San Diego this July? Esri Canada has announced their International Young Scholars Award that will pay for a student to go to San […]

by evan thornberry – Date: April 17, 2018 @11:49 am