Jack Dangermond Award


Win a trip to the 2022 Esri User Conference in San Diego

Enter the 2022 Jack Dangermond Young Scholar Award

If you are an undergraduate, postgraduate or an early-career researcher who uses the ArcGIS System for teaching or research then you could win the 2022 Jack Dangermond Young Scholar Award. This prestigious award recognises young researchers who have applied GIS innovatively in their university course work, or research.

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Prize
The 2022 Jack Dangermond Young Scholar will win:
  • Entry to the 2022 Esri UC in San Diego
  • Return flights to San Diego
  • Accommodation for the duration of the event
  • Young Scholar Trophy

2 runners up will also receive a copy of Cartography by Ken Field.

Entries
Entrants need to submit an ArcGIS StoryMap that demonstrates how they have used GIS during their research. The judges will be looking for a researcher that has made use of multiple components of the ArcGIS System or who has approached their research in a novel, innovative way.
 
How to Enter
Entries should be in the form of a Story Map. Entries and questions about the competition should be submitted by email.

Closing Date
The closing date for submissions will be the 8th April 2022.

Click below to learn about previous Jack Dangermond Young Scholar Award winners. Could you be the 2022 winner?
 
The 2021 Jack Dangermond Young Scholar was Victoria Song from The University of Edinburgh. 
 
View Victoria’s entry here - Development of a Leisurely Walkability Index.
 

Submissions open


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