Archaeology graduate student Erina Baci won a grant from gitalGlobe Foundation that provided her with access to Hexagon Geospatial software, which she used for the RAPID-Kosova project.

Congratulations to Erina Baci, a graduate student at UMMAA, who was awarded a grant from the DigitalGlobe Foundation to support geospatial analysis on the survey project known as Regional Archaeology in the Peja and Istog Districts of Kosova, or RAPID-K.

Baci's research used Hexagon Geospatial software, which was made available thanks to a partnership with the DigitalGlobe Foundation. Read more here.