The first GIS Class of COGS in 1986 (formely Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute) …
Recently we had some photos sent to us that were scanned from the 70-71 and 71-72 NSLSI yearbooks (yearbooks that were done entirely in house without word processor or other electronic equipment).
Photos include an oblique airphoto showing location of NSLSI in Lawerncetown, photos of the Dart Team, NSLSI First year photogrammetry 1971 class, and a photo of Linette & Captain Hogg with some geomatics technology that I am sure that most recent COGS alumni may not be familiar with.
Thanks to Pierre-Yves for sharing these with us.
Photo of the NSLSI Class of 1967
The 2013-2014 Graduate Profile booklet for the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) was designed to help potential employers, seek out, and find suitable geomatics based candidate for positions within their company. COGS graduates come with varied backgrounds, experiences, and skill sets and are eager to help potential employers fill the needs of their organizations.
COGS students of 2014 have worked hard to meet the demands of a rigorous school schedule expanding their knowledge of Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Marine Geomatics, Geographic Information Systems for Business, Cartography, Community & Environmental Planning, Surveying, and Geomatics Engineering. So check out COGS alumni of 2014 by downloading a full copy here: http://www.cogs.ns.ca/Programs/Geomatics/COGSGradProfile2014.pdf
Over a hundred grads and friends gathered at the Geomatics Atlantic 2012 conference on 13 June 2012 in Halifax, to celebrate COGS having turned 25. There were recollections by:
- John Wightman (Principal 1986 – 1994)
- Edward Wedler (Remote Sensing Faculty, 1980s),
- Tim Webster (as each of student, RS Faculty, & Research Scientist), &
- Jim Stanley (Principal 2005 – 2012) who introduced
- Isabel Madiera-Voss (new Principal)
The following power point slide show by Dave MacLean with various photos from Alumni & others was presented at the Geomatics Atlantic COGS gathering: (or click here if the slide show does not load)
Where Are COGS Grads Now?
Here is a map showing spatial locations of several graduates from the NSCC Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) and its former names ‘College of Geographic Sciences’ and ‘Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute’.
The map was created to commemorate the 25th year of COGS event held at the Geomatics Atlantic 2012 in Halifax, grads were given an opportunity to enter their first name, last initial, program, graduation year and their current location.
Did you enter your info?
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