- From the Editor: Education: The Way Forward
- Feature: A Distance Education Approach at the University of Florida
Florida expands graduate geomatics teaching programs through distance education with their “on-book” and “off-book” non-thesis Master’s program.
- Feature: "Practical with a Focus" at Troy University
The surveying and geomatics sciences program at Alabama’s Troy University produces quality graduates in part by providing a diverse program and by encouraging summer work and internships with survey firms.
- Feature: Maine's Surveying Engineering Technology Program
The University of Maine’s program continues to evolve by aligning the focus of courses to the needs of professional practice.
- Feature: The Education/Experience Partnership at East Tennessee State University
The Bachelor of Science degree in surveying and mapping science at East Tennessee State University has adapted to the needs of modern students, enriching the partnership between surveying education and surveying experience.
- Feature: Maryland's Unique Survey Technology Program
Flexibility for working students, an articulation agreement with a local university, and financial support help make the surveying technology program at The Community College of Baltimore County at Catonsville one of a kind in Maryland.
- Feature: Education and NSPS
The National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) encourages and supports educational endeavors in many ways.