S{Q}L Students take 2nd at National Surveying Competition

CBI Student Team with 2nd place NSPS trophy. From left to right; Joanna Scott, Jose Congo, Jensen DeGrande, Payton Johnson, Dani Mladenka, and Kevin Michael.

A team of students from the Geographic Information Science program at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi took 2nd place at the National Society of Professional Surveyors Student Competition on April 11, 2019 in Washington D.C. Five of the six team members are employees of the Spatial {Query} Lab at Conrad Blucher Institute and all have worked under S{Q}L Mentorship during their academic tenures. This is the third year in… Read more »


A Fresh Look

While cataloging maps as a freshman undergraduate research assistant, Stevie Hinojosa recognized the area he was cataloging. For the first time, he came across a historic map of his hometown of Aransas Pass. The map showed a proposed right-of-way project by the Texas Department of Transportation in 1979. Stevie was intrigued by by the map and how different the road networks were from today. Stevie is studying Geographic Information Science at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and works as an undergraduate research assistant in the Spatial {Query} Lab at Conrad Blucher Institute.