James Madison University

2009 -2010 Projects

The projects shown below were chosen as winners from the more than 40 entries submitted by students in the 2009-2010 Geospatial Semester.

1st - Wildland-Urban Interface - Luray High School (David Sours, Teacher - Ms. Tara Meadows)
and
The Wheels on the Bus - Page County High School (Anthony Cubbage, Teacher - Ms. Tracy Shifflett)  

2nd - Effectiveness of Weather SIrens in Colonial Heights  - Colonial Heights High School (M. Thompson, Teacher - Mr. Bill Ryan)   

3rd - District 16 Little League - Heritage High School (Patrick Gotimer and Jonathan Vargas, Teacher - Mr. Jon Pruess)   

Honorable Mention - 

Gravesite Decay at Tinkling Spring Cemetery in FIshersville, Virginia - Shenandoah Valley Governor's School (Sawyer Jones, Greg Manor and Claire Trainum, Teacher - Dr. Kurt Michael)  

Loudoun Country Road Maintenance - Potomac Falls High School  (Arash Majdi and Kevin Yafuso, Teacher - Dr. Andrew Knight)  

Old Town Creek Water Quality Study - Colonial Heights High School (M. Hess, Teacher - Mr. Bill Ryan) 

Prevalence of Wi-Fi Signals in the Downtown Staunton Area - Shenandoah Valley Governor's School (Brandon Stinespring and Fallon Boardman, Teacher - Dr. Kurt Michael)

State of Emergency: How to React - Luray High School (Nolan Nichols, Teacher - Ms. Tara Meadows)  

Water Quality of Old Town Creek - Colonial Heights High School (E. Bedford and Z. Murdock, Teacher - Mr. Bill Ryan)   

Geospatial Semester students have also won awards at the VAMLIS Conference.