It has been said that information is the antidote to fear. Geographic information is a powerful tool to better understand the factors that make some neighborhoods more dangerous than others, to better deploy police officers and other security personnel to protect citizens and their property, to formulate strategy at the national and international scales. Across the county, graduates with skills in GIS and remote sensing have found jobs with the FBI, CIA, and many large police departments.
If you are interested in a career in GIS and remote sensing applications in intelligence, we suggest you choose the following advanced courses:
Take a look at a great photo of Geography graduates attending this years commencement ceremony. It wGeography At The Roslyn Farmer's Market
Geography professor Jennifer Lipton leads effort to involve CWU students in sustainable agriculture-CWU’s Delgado Receives 2016 Rep. Timm Ormsby Citizenship Award
Elvin Delgado, CWU assistant professor of geography, is one of only five public university faculty m