Congratulations to Emma Gray, winner of the 2023-2024 EnerGIS Scholarship.
"Land use land cover change of Barbour, Boone, and Logan County, WV from 2005-2016: Surface coal mining intensity and area on lung and bronchial cancer incidence" was selected as the winner of this year's competition.
Emma will be presenting a summary of her work at this year's conference.
Emma was awarded $3000 for her work, and another $3000 shall be awarded in 2024 based upon maintenance of her college enrollment and QPA.
We look forward to seeing you this September.
Congratulations to Jared Bishop winner of the 2022-2023 EnerGIS Scholarship.
"Assessment of Biological and Chemical Contamination in Southern West Virginia’s Cold-Water Fisheries" was selected as the winner of the 2022 competition.
Jared's use of GIS technology to assist in his fisheries study impressed the scholarship committee.
Jared was awarded $3000 for his work, and another $3000 shall be awarded in 2023 based upon maintenance of his college enrollment and QPA.