...for our GIS instructor, Sarah McLane Bryan? With her portion of the Rural Hawaii grant ending on June 30, 2016, Mrs. Bryan has several new projects up her sleeve. What will you be working on next? "I've owned my own GIS and project management consulting firm - The Makali'i Group - since
Join us for our final GIS Showcase event, celebrating 2 years of the GIS in Ecosystem Management Certificate Statewide. Date: Monday May 9, 2016 Time: 5 - 8pm Location: Millhouse Restaurant, Maui Tropical Plantation FREE event for networking, new technology and to show-off our newest cohort of GIS graduates from UH Maui College!
Geodesign is a field of GIS and planning that combines GIS technology with community design methods in order to support healthier, smarter and more sustainable communities. Our GIS Educational Specialist, Sarah McLane Bryan, was sponsored by ESRI to attend the recent GeoDesign Summit, held at the ESRI headquarters in Redlands, California January 27-28, 2016. Over
Register Today! Visit www.EdVentureMaui.com to register online. Or Call Melanie Stephens at 808-984-3502 for more information. Click HERE to download this flyer as a PDF
The Certificate of Competence in GIS in Ecosystem Management at UHMC has a new instructor, and we are happy to introduce Dr. Ferdouz Cochran. Our current GIS Educational Specialist, Sarah McLane Bryan, sat down with her to learn more about her previous work and how she will be implementing the GIS program going forward. Mrs.
We are still looking for participants in our employer engagement survey. If you are an employer on Hawaiʻi, Maui, Molokaʻi, Lanaʻi or Kauai we want to hear from you! Follow this link to let us know about your GIS needs for recruitment, training and future growth potential: Take Survey.
A Maui News article on January 8, 2015 highlighted how the GIS program at UHMC parallels the growth of industry needs. The article quotes instructor Sarah McLane Bryan: "GIS is a growing technology statewide, but on Maui in particular, our industry engagement indicates potential for over 160 GIS jobs in the next five years on
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