A National Science Foundation (NSF) was awarded to the University of North Georgia (UNG) to expand its GIS program. The UNG is one of the fastest growing colleges in US and is ranked as one of Georgia’s top 10 Universities, with a student population of more than 18,000 students.
A $609,739 grant has been awarded on behalf of the National Science Foundation (NSF), towards the University of North Georgia’s Institute for Environmental & Spatial Analysis (IESA). IESA was established in 2001 and applies techniques with emphasis in environmental studies, geospatial technology and engineering.
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