UW-Madison Cartographers Pull Together on New Campus Map Project

For almost 30 years, the campus map for UW-Madison has retained the same basic design– a distinct oblique perspective considered cutting-edge in 1977. However, times change, and the map used by thousands of campus visitors …

GIS Day Expo 2005 at UW-Madison

On November 16th the UW-Madison Department of Geography sponsored the third-annual GIS Day Expo at the UW Memorial Union.

New UW-ERSC research grant from NASA

ERSC awarded NASA grant to study lakes worldwide.

Special Issue of Cartographic Perspectives honors Robinson and Woodward

Contains personal stories, a history of Cartography as a discipline, and many accounts of the careers and lives of Robinson and Woodward.

GIS Monitor coverage of remote sensing speaks well of UW-Madison

UW-Madison professor Dr. Frank Scarpace was interviewed about the differences in digital photogrammetry software.

GIS Monitor coverage of remote sensing speaks well of UW

UW Madison Professor and Graduates Highlighted

Lillesand Receives 2005 SAIC/Estes Memorial Teaching Award

The ASPRS recently honored Dr. Thomas M. Lillesand with the 2005 SAIC/Estes Memorial Teaching Award.

Mary Galneder

For this issue we talked with Mary Galneder who has led the UW-Madison’s Robinson Map Library for the last 38 years. She will be retiring in August.

GIS Day 2004 to be November 17th

Second annual

UW-Madison selects map librarian

Jaime Martindale is the new leader of the Arthur Robinson Map Library.