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Geospatial Technology and Project Management Students Assisting with Mapping of PA Mines

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Students in HU's undergraduate geospatial technology program and in the school's graduate-level project management program are working on a three-year initiative to scan, validate, and electronically archive maps of 15,000 active and abandoned Pennsylvania coal mines. Helping students understand the context—the multitude of ways that mapping tools and technologies can be applied, in any number of fields—is both a great challenge and a great thrill for Professor Albert Sarvis, who views the mine map grant as an experiential windfall for his students. It's another example of the hands-on projects that HU students undertake as part of the academic experience at HU. For more information on HU and its programs, visit online at www.HarrisburgU.edu
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