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Scientists and Engineers!

GI Science Program for Doctoral Students

 

March 2010 : The IGERT program in GIScience will no longer offer fellowship to new students. 

Funding may be available from the participating departments.

Incoming and current UB doctoral students should consider our Advanced Certificate in Geographic Information Science program.

An innovative interdisciplinary program designed for doctoral students in the following departments:

Anthropology Geography Geology Philosophy
Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering   Industrial Engineering 

Experience a new model of doctoral education that combines interdisciplinary science with a wealth of practical experience, opportunities and research training.

Geographic Information Science  

An emerging field that seeks to understand the nature of geographic information and its role in society, and to provide theoretical foundations for GIS and related technology.  GIS constitutes a multi-billion dollar industry in the United States with many applications ranging from environmental health, national security, and basic science and engineering.

 

Applications for 2011 Summer School session are due by April 20 2011.

Summer 2011 Program Information

 

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For more information regarding
this program, please email us : ncgia@buffalo.edu


 

 
 
 

This project is supported by IGERT award DGE-0333417 from the National Science Foundation and by the University at Buffalo. Support from NSF is gratefully acknowledged.

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Tel 716-645-2545  |  Fax 716-645-5957  |  http://www.geog.buffalo.edu/giscience
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