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Faculty from Boise State’s Environmental and Urban Studies Program will be on campus to discuss transfer opportunities, make connections, and help students explore career paths.
Are you curious about the science behind Apple Maps or Google Earth? If so, you may be interested in College of Western Idaho’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) academic certificate program.
Geographic Information Systems student, Daleesa Cole, hopes to use her skills and abilities to change the world for the better as a Wildlife Biologist.
Bryan Krouse has been named the September 2017 Faculty of the Month. Krouse grew up in Santa Barbara, California, and received a bachelor’s degree in Geography from University of California, Santa Barbara. He earned a master’s degree in Medical Geography from California State...
Kelsey Wilber, who will graduate on May 13, 2017, came to CWI in 2014 to pursue her education after feeling “intellectually unsatisfied” and desiring a means to find her true potential.
The CWI Board of Trustees reviewed and approved a proposed zone map to comply with a new state law, House Bill 512.
College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) Board of Trustees reviewed options to comply with a new state law.
A Geographic Information System is an application of computer hardware and software that allows users to capture, analyze and display geospatial data.
If you have used MapQuest or Google Earth on the Internet, you have used a basic form of GIS. In more elaborate systems, GIS technologies...