Environmental Information Management Institute

Scientists, engineers, and data librarians are working in an increasingly data-intensive research environment. The Environmental Information Management Institute (EIMI) provides graduate students and professionals with the conceptual and practical hands-on training to effectively design, manage, analyze, visualize, and preserve data and information. Participants completing the three-week Institute will gain invaluable experience with all aspects of the data lifecycle: from managing data files and creating databases and web portals, through state-of-the-art analysis and visualization techniques, as well as managing, analyzing, and visualizing geospatial data.

  • Who: The Institute is open to UNM and non-UNM students.
  • When: Monday, June 3, 2013 – Friday, June 21, 2013
  • Space: Space is limited and preference will be given to students who register for all three weeks. The Institute is capped at 20 participants.
  • Credit: The Institute is comprised of three one-week graduate courses for two credits each. Students should check with their institution or departments to make sure the courses can be accepted for credit in their majors.
  • Fee: $1,000 for three courses; $350 for individual classes (up to two.) Fee is not covered by tuition or tuition waivers. Not all financial aid packages will cover the fee for this Institute. Please check with your funding agency to determine whether or not they will cover the fee. Fee covers all textbooks and readings.

For more information email Teresa Neely at (neely@unm.edu).

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