URISA GIS-Pro & NWGIS 2015 Conference
URISA and the Northwest GIS User Group Proudly Present:
Geography at the Nexus of Collaboration
October 18-22, 2015
In cooperation with the Northern Rockies and Washington URISA Chapters.
Conference Program Details - Our Online Conference Program details all of the preconference workshops, breakout sessions, meetings, networking events and keynotes. Start reviewing the abstract submissions and speaker biographies. Connect with your fellow attendees!
Exhibit & Sponsorship Opportunities
Full Conference Registration: includes one URISA workshop, access to all educational sessions, proceedings, conference tote bag, networking reception, luncheon, breakfast, and evening social event. Northwest GIS User Group members are also offering preconference classes as part of the conference. Those one and two-day offerings will require an additional fee. Those individuals who are URISA and/or NWGIS members and reside locally or have a reservation at the conference hotel receive the best registration rates.
- Full registration (early rate, by July 27): $400 - $600 (dependent on membership status and reservation at conference hotel)
- Student registration (early rate): $50-$100 (dependent on membership status and reservation at conference hotel)
- One day registration (early rate):$150-$375 (dependent on membership status and reservation at conference hotel)
- NWGIS workshops: $75-$600 (with full registration); $75-$795 (without full registration)
- Conference T-shirt: $10
The Northwest GIS User Group is a non-profit organization that provides a forum for training, exchange of knowledge, techniques, and data among the users of ESRI software and related GIS products and services. URISA and NWGIS partnered most recently on GIS-Pro 2012, which took place in Portland, Oregon.
The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association: Founded in 1963, URISA is an international geospatial organization that provides geographic information system (GIS) education and training, advocacy for the profession, and essential resources to foster excellence in GIS.