|Committee on State Cartography|
The Committee on State Cartography (CSC) acts as an advisory committee to the State Cartographer's Office (SCO). In this role, the CSC meets with staff to review recent SCO activities and assess future strategic directions. The CSC primary function is to provide guidance and advice regarding SCO activities.
CSC members are appointed by the Dean of the UW-Madison College of Letters & Science (L&S) to two-year renewable terms. Members are selected to represent the broad spectrum of SCO constituents.
History of the CSC
The CSC was formed in 1974 by John C. Weaver, President of the University of Wisconsin System. The initial meeting was held in March 1975. The chair and members were appointed by the Chancellor from 1974 to 1982 consisting of representatives from:
As of June, 2012, the members of the CSC were as follows:
Currently (August 2016) the structure of the CSC is undergoing internal review, and the Committee has not been active since 2013. The current CSC Chair is Prof. A-Xing Zhu, Geography, UW-Madison.
|Last Updated on August 09, 2016|