The GIS Blog is home of all of the wonders and great accomplishments of the Washington College’s GIS Program. We use this space to share with everyone all of the projects that we produce on a daily basis and how this GIS Program in a small rural town is greatly making a positive impact on Maryland to make it better place using our unique GIS skills and our strong team of staff and students interns!
The Brains Behind the Blog:
Alicia Shipley, Editor-in-Chief
Alicia serves as the GIS Analyst I working on various Maryland Highway Safety Office projects for traffic analysis and improvement. She previously attended Washington College for two years where she studied English and Creative Writing. Alicia graduated from UMUC with a Bachelor’s degree in English and a digital media and web tech minor. She is the editor-in-chief of the GIS Program’s blog, as well as an aspiring novelist, working on her first novel, and runs her own blog.
Brooke Schultz, Writer
Brooke is a junior at Washington College and is currently studying English. She serves as a GIS Apprentice II and is currently the associate editor and curator of the GIS Program’s blog. Brooke is also working as a news editor for WC’s student newspaper, The Elm.