The Wisconsin Shoreline Inventory and Oblique Photo Viewer: An Effort Born from Collaboration

The Wisconsin Shoreline Inventory and Oblique Photo Viewer was developed through collaborations between multiple project partners. Recent updates to the Viewer add more content and functionality to this unique coastal data resource.

History of Cartography Project Launches New Video Series

The History of Cartography Project has launched a new online video series to celebrate publication of “Cartography in the European Enlightenment” (Volume 4 of the “History of Cartography”).

November’s Geospatial Summit was a Great Success!

UW-Madison’s Geospatial Summit just keeps getting better and better.

There is still time to Register for the UW-Madison Geospatial Summit

Have you registered for the UW-Madison Geospatial Summit scheduled for Monday, November 4th?

Register Today for the 2019 UW-Madison Geospatial Summit

Save the date and Register Today for the 2019 Geospatial Summit on Monday, November 4, 2019

Public Land Survey System Work Group Receives Community-University Partnership Award

The Public Land Survey System Work Group was recently acknowledged by UW-Madison for outstanding community-engaged collaboration in embodiment of the Wisconsin Idea.

Record Attendance at UW-Madison’s Geospatial Summit

This year we added a few new twists to the Annual Geospatial Summit such as having it in the fall versus the spring; having it in a single room versus breakout rooms; and having an …

Registration now open for 2018 UW-Madison Geospatial Summit

Registration for the 2018 Geospatial Summit is now open.

Geospatial Science at UW-Madison

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UW-Madison “Then and Now” Poster

This image of the University of Wisconsin–Madison blends a modern color photograph from July 2, 2010, with an historic black and white photograph from July 6, 1937. The photographs show the campus across a span of 73 years.