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What are good sources to find GIS scholarships?

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    Converted this question to community wiki, as it lacks a definitive answer. – scw Aug 12 '10 at 7:31
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This site seems to have a nice list of GIS scholarships, and Google is always helpful in such matters.

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Check with local chapters of GIS-oriented organizations, such as GITA and URISA. They often offer scholarships.

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  • Quite true, I earned a small scholarship from my state's chapter of URISA – jvangeld Aug 13 '10 at 0:08
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If you don't mind becoming part of the Military Industrial Complex, you could apply for a SMART scholarship. The NGA is a participant.

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Check within your discipline. Unless you're doing research in theoretical GIS. Really you should be looking at getting a scholarship in your domain (Transportation, Bio, Image analysis, etc.). All these fields have a heavy link to GIS so that broadens the scope of the search

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