The AAG Marble fund for Geographic Science is accepting applications for the 2010 Marble-Boyle Undergraduate Achievement Awards. The awards recognize excellence in academic performance by undergraduate students from the United States and Canada who are putting forth a strong effort to bridge geographic science and computer science as well as to encourage other students to embark upon similar programs. Each of the Marble-Boyle Undergraduate Achievement Awards consists of a cash prize of $700, a $200 credit for books published by the ESRI Press, and a certificate of recognition. Priority consideration is given to any of the awardees who may be interested in participating in ESRI's summer internship program. Marble- Boyle awardees will also be eligible to compete for an additional research fellowship award that is being offered by the MicroGIS foundation for Spatial Analysis (MfSA), which includes access to research facilities and all transportation and housing costs for up to four months of work in Lausanne, Switzerland. Information on eligibility, application guidelines, and prior awardees is available at www.aag.org/grantsawards/marble_boyle.htm. Digital submissions to email@example.com are due by October 15, 2009.