At one time the thought was that a full course in GIS or geospatial technologies was the way to go for college students, even for non-geospatial majors. Now, with so many other topics crowding the learners plate, there’s a move toward the use of technology and thinking across the curriculum. But the key question remains: What geospatial ideas and skills should students leaving college know?
Join us for the GEO-Energy-Cyber Summit 2013 Nov 14-15 in Huntsville, AL. 20-23 in San Antonio, Texas. The Summit is a forum for Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle’s three technology-related economic development initiatives. The objective is to offer an educational program to discuss the synergies among each to explore how to leverage the collective expertise in geospatial information, energy management and cyber security. Visit geohuntsville.com/conference/ for more information and to register.