GIS MSc students win awards from Hydrographic Society of Scotland

GIS MSc students win awards from Hydrographic Society of Scotland

For the second year running The Hydrographic Society of Scotland has offered a Student Award scheme for the MSc students in the GIS Degree Programme at Aberdeen University, a link that was set up two years ago by Dr David R. Green - Director of the MSc in GIS Degree Programme.

Each student is asked to write and submit a paper for consideration and to make a presentation to a small panel of judges from the Hydrographic Society in Scotland chaired by Nicki Nicholls, Project Controls Co-ordinator at Andrews Survey Ltd. in Aberdeen.

Alana Stewardson-Blackwell was the winner this year, and was awarded a prize of £500 and invited to dinner at the Annual Members Dinner in Aberdeen, whilst Ewan Carter and Daniel Ramirez both received £250 as runners up.

Alana now has a position at Fugro, and Ewan will be joining Andrews Survey in September.

 

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