MIDAMERICA GIS CONSORTIUM

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  • 30 Sep 2019 8:25 PM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)

    Could it be your time to shine? If so - submit your work for MAGIC2020 now!

    Or

    Could it be someone else's time to shine? That's right - you know someone doing amazing things. Take 10 minutes to nominate them for a MAGIC 2020 award! You both will feel good!

  • 30 Sep 2019 8:24 PM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)

    Are you an Exhibitor who specializes in all things geospatial? Then MAGIC 2020 will be your show! Hurry to reserve your spot now - space is very limited! At MAGIC 2020 you will engage with the best minds in the midwest! You don't want to miss out!

  • 4 Mar 2019 9:10 AM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)

    MAGIC would like to thank all the wonderful grant applicants received this 2018-2020 grant cycle. Such a broad base of Geographic Information Professionals submitting grants makes it hard to select only two winners, but alas, that is what we must do. 

    MAGIC congratulates the following 2018-2020 grant applicants. 

    • Western AR Planning and Development District, Inc. – Fort Smith, AR
    • Kansas University Endowment Association – Lawrence, KS 

    MAGIC is eager to watch & learn from these fantastic projects!


  • 30 Nov 2018 8:56 AM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)

    In our last news post, you may recall we announced the dates of MAGIC 2020:

    April 20-23, 2020 in Omaha, Nebraska

    Today we will end the mystery of where it will be held:

    Omaha Doubletree - 1616 Dodge Street - Omaha, NE

    Yes - we had such rave reviews in 2018 for this venue that we're going there again!

    Another announcement: REGISTRATION FEES WILL BE THE SAME AS 2018! That's right! $425!!

  • 6 Oct 2018 3:43 PM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)

    Save the Date!! MAGIC has announced our dates for the 2020 conference! April 20 - 23, 2020 in Omaha, NE! Stay tuned for more information!

  • 24 Sep 2018 9:30 AM | Stacey Roberts (Priest) (Administrator)

    Are you working on a project in your organization that would help other GIS professionals?  Have technical expertise you can share with others?  Would you like to start a dialogue on a current issue in your industry? The best way to continue to move our industry forward is to share those ideas and experiences.

    Why not consider presenting at the 2019 Missouri GIS Conference!  This conference will give you the opportunity to discuss your work, receive feedback, share and explore new ideas with other GIS professionals. We are looking for topics from everything from local government, utilities, education, private sector and more!

    Why present?

    • Share your knowledge with others who may be looking for ideas
    • Increase recognition for the work you and your organization are doing
    • Presenting at conference can be used for GISP Certification

    Submit a short abstract online at http://www.mogiscon2019.com/call-for-abstracts/. There are multiple presentation length options. All abstracts are due by March 1, 2019.


  • 27 Mar 2017 1:45 PM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)

    As you've probably noticed, we've been a little silent as of late. Well, we've spent the last several months in our dungeons completely revamping MAGIC and our branding. As you can see, we have a new logo and a new website. And we love both of them.

    This new website is a complete overhaul. We will begin (free) membership management, forums, blogs, group, AND event registration through this site. We've only begun to scratch the surface on this site - so if you have an idea - send it our way!

    Please pass the word along for folks to join MAGIC (for free)!

  • 24 Feb 2017 8:26 PM | Amber Shultz (Administrator)


    We are really excited to announce our new MAGIC logo. Not only does it replace one that we've been using for 30 years, but we believe it makes a statement as to who we are. The logo is comprised of 9 segments, each representing a MAGIC state. But, they come together as a whole, illustrating our unification - which is what the MAGIC community is. We hope you like it too!

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