Texas A&M Corpus Christi PhD in Geospatial Computing Sciences Approved

[This proposal is referenced in the 2014 Fall Regular Meeting Minutes, see http://www.tamuccaac.org/blog/2015/11/2014-fall-regular-meeting-minutes]

Hi all,

Yesterday the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved the introduction of a new PhD program in Geospatial Computing Sciences at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

This unique PhD proposal was designed by faculty from the Geographic Information Science/Geospatial Surveying Engineering programs and faculty from Computer Science programs. See attached proposal [below].

This email is to inform you that we have begun the process of recruiting and will be developing a web site to attract suitably qualified candidates. We also have two new faculty lines (Geographic Information Science and Computer Science) open and have started searches for these research based tenure track positions.

We are very pleased to be part of this new initiative in advanced geospatial computing.

Your continued support and interest in all we do has helped immensely in moving this opportunity forward.

I very much appreciate your kind support and interest.

Best regards,

Prof. Gary Jeffress, Ph.D., RPLS
Professor of Geographic Information Science
Director of Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Proposed PhD in Geospatial Computing Sciences

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William B

William

I am a Registered Professional Land Surveyor and work for a small land surveying and mapping business called Absolute Land Surveying, Ltd., located in Plum, Texas. I am a 1999 graduate of the Geomatics Program and was the 6th graduate overall of the Program. I am also a member of the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveyors' Item Writing Committee that develops questions for the Board's legal and analytical exams.

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