The Sanford Bederman Research Award offered by the Georgia State University Library recognizes GSU graduate students who demonstrate skill and creativity in the application of library and geographic information resources for research papers or projects in geography, geology, sociology, anthropology, public health, historic preservation, policy studies and other fields utilizing geographic information. Geographic information resources include, but are not limited to, GIS data, census data, maps and other spatially focused or location-specific resources. The Award seeks to single out graduate students who are using geographic information in innovative ways to better understand our world and our relationship to it.
Submissions from 2012
Served or Unserved? A Site-Suitability Analysis of Social Services in Atlanta, Georgia Using Geographic Information Systems, Cheryl Case
Land Cover Change and Mineral Composite Assessment of Tushka Depression, in Egypt, Using Remote Sensing and GIS, Semir Sarajlic