NZ Esri Young Scholar
Submissions are now open for the NZ Esri Young Scholar Award 2018.
The NZ Esri Young Scholar Award enables one NZ Scholar to showcase a GIS Project they have completed with excellence on an international scale at the Esri User Conference in San Diego, CA, United States of America. The 2018 NZ Esri Young Scholar will also connect with other Young Scholars from around the world and have the opportunity to immerse themself in the huge international Esri User Conference itself, an unforgettable experience. The GIS project that is submitted for the Award can include comprehensive research papers, software development, impactful maps, and apps that promote education, conservation, disaster response, and urban planning.
Are you a student using Esri's ArcGIS to complete a project or to conduct a research project? Then you may be eligible to apply to be New Zealand's Esri Young Scholar.
Eagle Technology, the distributor for Esri in New Zealand, is seeking entries for this prestigious award. The winner will receive:
- Registration for Esri Education Summit @ Esri UC and Esri International User Conference, San Diego
- Travel, accommodation and meal costs (to a maximum of 7 nights)
- Award and photo with Jack Dangermond, President, Esri
- An ArcGIS Personal Use License
The award is presented at a Special Achievement in GIS award ceremony during the week of the Esri UC 2018, July 9 – 13, San Diego, CA.
What you need to know:
- You must be aged 30 or younger
- You must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in a New Zealand university 2018 OR have graduated from a New Zealand University in 2017
How should you apply?
Submit your entry to email@example.com by 5pm, 6 April, 2018.
Your submission should include*:
- A brief summary of your project and how you used ArcGIS
- An A2 or larger poster illustrating your maps and summarising your use of GIS technology in your project (PDF or PNG format at 300 dpi resolution)
- A self-photo (head and shoulders) at minimum 300 dpi resolution
*A link to a downloadable file on Dropbox or similar is acceptable