Undergraduates and Master’s degree students are eligible to apply for the National Geographic Award in Mapping, which consists of a prize of $1200 and National Geographic map products for the winner. The award is administered through the Cartography Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers, but you do not need to be a member of the AAG to apply. The requirements include a statement about your educational goals, an example of a recent mapping project you have done, and a letter from your instructor or advisor. The postmark deadline for entries is January 27, 2006. For more information and the address to send entries, see the National Geographic website So, if you’re eligible, go ahead and apply, or pass this info on to anyone you know who might be interested.
There is only one day left to enter our next contests and we only have a few entries for each contest so far. The first place prize for contest 2 will include a copy of Ambient Findability and a VerySpatial t-shirt and two others will receive a VerySpatial t-shirt. The three questions are: Continue reading