The Center will be closed:
- Fri. Nov. 28;
Wed. Dec. 24, 2014 - Fri. Jan. 2, 2015
Please contact the Center via voicemail or e-mail and we will contact you upon reopening. Thank you.
UWM GIS Links
Check out information about:
- the UWM ESRI site license
- Learn ArcGIS: Resources for the UWM Community
- GIS at UWM
- GIS Day at UW–Milwaukee
Cartography and GIS Links
- Donna Genzmer's personal compilation of useful Cartography and GIS links
Cart Lab/C•GIS Alumni
The Cart Lab/C•GIS alumni are off doing exciting things. We have a page where you can check out what they are doing.
If you are one of our lost alumni, please update us on where you are and what you are up to! We would love to know!
Cartography and GIS Center
The Cartography and Geographic Information Science Center was established in 1964 as a Geography Department facility. Since 1970, its services have been available to faculty and graduate students of all departments of the University, and to the outside community. Prior to 2000, it was known as the Cartographic Services Laboratory.
Professional publication quality maps and graphics are compiled, designed, and produced in the laboratory's facilities as per client specifications, using the latest desktop mapping and illustration software, technology, and equipment. The Center also creates geographic and attribute files for analysis with Geographic Information Systems and is experienced in creating and maintaining interactive web-based mapping sites.
Services available include file translation to and from PC and Macintosh files; scanning; digitizing; map design and layout; presentation slides; graphics from spreadsheets; color and black/white prints; GIS files.
LocationLocation: Bolton 420
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am - 4:00pm
Donna G. Genzmer, GISP, Director
We have a special PDF version of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Campus Map which prints out very nicely. You must have the Adobe Acrobat software or some other PDF viewer to use this file. (PDF file — requires Acrobat Reader) Be sure to check out the Guidelines for Use.