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Our state-of-the-art GIS Technology Center (GIST Center) in Wilson 202a is the perfect place for map making and geospatial analysis. We have all the hardware, software, and field equipment you need for routine and advanced mapping and geospatial analysis.
The GIST Center is used extensively for GIScience-related teaching, including Introduction/Advanced GIS, Field Methods, Remote Sensing, and Quantitative Methods. However, the GIST Center is always open to anyone working on GIS-related projects for other classes, independent studies, or research projects.
The calendar below shows when the GIST Center is booked with classes, so please plan your work accordingly.