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College Station, TX
October 08, 2018

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Valeriya Kuvshinova

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College Station, Texas 77843 EDUCATION

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas May 2020 Bachelor of Science in Geography, Physical Geography Tract; Minor in GIST and Japanese GPR: 3.9 RELEVANT PROJECT EXPERIENCE

BLC Strategic Conservation Plan Project, TAMU Geography Society September 2018 - Present Project Member

Find data appropriate for project and convert to proper format; organize and analyze data; convert kmz files to shapefiles to utilize later throughout project. Tools: ArcMap, Google Earth Pro Department of Geography, Intro to GIS Course September 2018 Texas Transportation Corridor Mapping

Developed an improved map of the Texas Transportation Corridor that was originally proposed in 2001; improved map symbology, labeling and overall cartographic design to emphasize the Corridor as well as other road systems and population centers to portray the proposal in a positive manner. Tools: ArcMap SEC Universities and US Median Age Mapping

Developed a web map using public GIS data as well as imported SEC data to relay a relationship between SEC Universities and the US Median Age in the area. Tools: ArcGIS Online Department of Geography, Cartography and Visualization Course September 2018 Washington and Oregon States Mapping

Created map of Washington and Oregon States focusing on symbolization and visual hierarchy of data presented; used Inkscape to adjust the flow of cartographic elements. Tools: ArcMap, Inkscape Montana Winter Recreation Mapping

Developed a web map using public GIS data to portray a relationship between mountainous terrain and popular winter outdoor recreation spots in Montana, USA. Tools: ArcGIS Online RELEVANT COURSEWORK/EXPERIENCE

Human Geography Planet Earth Geography of World Cultures Principles of Geology Natural Hazards Principles of GIS Cartography and Visualization Geospatial Cornerstone LEADERSHIP

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas August 2017 - Present Texas A&M Russian Club President/Russian Tutor

Work with a team to organize and implement cultural events; meet with students individually, speak with them on cultural topics; practice conversation skills

Corps of Cadets, Texas A&M University August 2017 - Present Army ROTC Ranger Challenge Varsity Team member/Cadre Receive military training; hands on leadership experience through teamwork; selected as one of 6 cadets to train and motivate 14 freshmen during 10-day Freshman Orientation Week; train freshmen on class structure SKILLS

Proficient in: Microsoft Office, ArcGIS Online Fluent in Russian, conversational in Japanese (JLPT N3) Familiar with: ArcMap, Inkscape, MATLAB, GitHub Excellent written and verbal communication skills Highly adaptable to high-pressure situations Work well with diverse team as well as individually

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