Trimble Student Paper Competition for Surveying

Win a Trip to Las Vegas and a Trimble R8 GNSS System for Your Class

Trimble is holding its 2010 Surveying Student Paper Competition. The winning student author will have the opportunity to present their survey application paper at Trimble Dimensions 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The winner will receive a trip to the conference plus 3 nights’ accommodations to take part in Trimble’s internationally recognized conference with surveying professionals from around the world.

In addition, the winning student’s school will also receive a Trimbler R8 GNSS System.

Entries will be accepted from June 14 – August 15. Judging will occur from August 16 – September 21. The winner will be announced on September 22, 2010. For more information about the competition and to how to submit a paper, visit:

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