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URISA’s GIS Hall of Fame

GISCorps inducted into URISA’s GIS Hall of Fame during GIS-Pro 2020

Since inception, GISCorps has given the GIS professional the opportunity to effectively make a difference – to make a better world through the use of one’s own special skills and expertise. Volunteer-guided by a Core Committee and implemented through its many volunteers, GISCorps continues to have an impact on the GIS field, the profession, and the social benefit of the volunteers’ efforts. It is an organization making significant and original contributions to the development and application of GIS concepts, and to the GIS profession and the careers of the individual volunteers. And as stated in one of the testimonials, URISA’s GISCorps exemplifies “…vision, leadership, perseverance, community-mindedness, professional involvement, and ethical behavior.” – URISA’S GIS Hall of Fame web page

 

Presidential Award

URISA’s GISCorps receives the Presidential Volunteer Service Award in 2012

URISA’s GISCorps was recently honored with a 2012 President’s Volunteer Service Award on behalf of the President of the United States for ‘making a difference through volunteer service’. The Award is given to individuals, families, and groups that have demonstrated outstanding volunteer service and civic participation.

 

Daily Point of Light Award

Congressman Robert Dold congratulates GISCorps for their efforts during National Volunteer Week.

 

2005 ESRI Health Service Award

In 2005, Shoreh Elhami received the ESRI Health Service Award from Chris Kinabrew at the ESRI Health GIS Conference in Chicago (October 23-26).

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