Three students from the University of North Dakota have earned scholarships for their efforts in remote sensing and other geospatial technologies.
The three students are Emalee Woods, an undergrad student studying Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, Eohjin Lee, a master's student in Geography & GISc, and Morgan Burke, a Doctoral student studying Earth System Science and Policy.
Each student was awarded a $750 North Dakota View Scholarship to help promote their professional growth in their field.
North Dakota View promotes remote sensing and geospatial technologies within North Dakota.
They are led by the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Bradley Rundquist.
More information on the North Dakota View program can be found on the University's website.