Free Registration for Members!
Lunch, Snacks, and Refreshments Included!
Student Project Exhibition!
Early Bird Benefit! The first 25 Annual Meeting (Jan 9) registrants will receive a free copy of The GIS Management Handbook!
Join us for a full day of networking, discussion, and various presentations on geospatial issues of importance in our region (with FREE lunch)! Check out the Annual Meeting Agenda and see page 2 for session descriptions.
Calling all Geospatial Students! Present your work at the Student GIS Project Exhibition! Bring a 24" x 36" poster to display a recent GIS project. If you'd also like to bring a laptop or a device to display a webmap or app, please feel free to bring it along with your poster. Students will stand next to their posters at a set time and will answer questions about their projects from curious attendees. All student presenters will receive free registration (use the "Student Poster Presenter" ticket) for the Annual Meeting and a complimentary 1-year membership to the Cumberland Chapter of URISA with member discounts to the workshops!
Current Cumberland URISA Member (Individual or Student): Free (Please make sure you have renewed your membership for 2017 if you select this ticket type)
Individual Non-Member: $25*
Student Presenter: Free
Student Non-Member & Non-Presenter: $15*
*If you wish, this fee can be used to become a member of the Cumberland Chapter of URISA. You will have the option to apply this payment to annual dues in when registering.
A Big Thank You to Our Generous Event Sponsor:
Due to school not being in session at this time, you will not need a parking pass. Attendees will be allowed to park in visitor spaces, black overflow lots, and green commuter lots. Morgan University Center is highlighted in yellow below:
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Cumberland Chapter of URISA
The Cumberland Chapter of URISA is a collaborative community of GIS professionals in Kentucky and Tennessee with a local focus and an international perspective. Our mission is to encourage the advancement of geospatial knowledge through education, professional development, ethical practice and advocacy.