Events

Nov 15

It is the Cartography Club's pleasure to be hosting our annual GIS Day conference on Wednesday, November 15th!

Apr 06

About Neil Allen of Benchmark Maps - As a cartographer, Neil is constantly enjoying the landscape whether it be in person or vicariously combing over maps. When not playing with the family, he enjoys bicycling, winery hopping, and the company of good friends. He is particularly looking forward to his presidency of the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) of which he’s been an active member since 2001.
 

Nov 16

It is the Geospatial Club's pleasure to be hosting our annual GIS Day conference on Wednesday, November 16th! GIS Day is an international celebration for GIS (Geographic Information Systems) users to demonstrate real-world applications that are making a difference in our society! GIS Day will be held in the Kate Buchanan Room and Karshner Lounge from 1:00-6:00 p.m., with an interactive exhibit on the third floor of the Library open all week in the afternoon.

Apr 20

About Stuart Allan and Raven Maps - Named after the view that ravens bring to the landscape, Raven Maps and Images in Medford exemplifies niche creative-services. The idea of selling maps as art arose from a 1981 conversation between mapmaker Stuart Allan and marketing entrepreneur Michael Beard. Allan Cartography, Inc., had established a reputation as a specialty mapmaker, and the company was also producing maps for posters and calendars, such as one of Mount St.

Apr 27

About Matthew Hampton - A skilled and seasoned geospatial information designer with over 18 years of progressive experience in research, analysis and production. Particularly interested in exploring and integrating new solutions to existing problems.

Specialties: Matthew specializes in taking complex information (especially spatial patterns) and designing meaningful cartographic products that help guide policy and substantiate decision-making. Straddling both the natural and social sciences, Matthew excels at integrating art and science.