William Huxhold, Professor, Urban Planning Chair
Professor Huxhold has been teaching courses on geographic information systems at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee since 1988. Prior to his full-time appointment at the University in 1990, he was MIS Project Director at the City of Milwaukee, having responsibility for the development of information systems for the City.
University of Dayton, M.S., 1973
Northwestern University, B.S., 1968
Implementation and use of GIS in local governments
Organizational and Institutional barriers to adoption of GIS technology
Education and Certification of GIS professionals
Application of GIS for use of GIS by the public and neighborhood organizations
Urban Planning 591/791: Introduction to Urban Geographic Information Systems for Planning
Urban Planning 793: Applied Projects in Urban Geographic Information Systems
Urban Planning 794: Internet Geographic Information Systems
Huxhold et al, 2004. ArcGIS and the Digital City, ESRI Press, Redlands, CA.
Huxhold and Smitha Vijayan, 2001. GIS County User's Guide: Laboratory Exercises in Geographic Information Systems Using ARC/INFO Version 7, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association. .
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