Club Meetings and Activities

Next Club Meeting-New Time

Thursday, 10/23/14, 3:30 PM, UWM Cartography Lab, Rm 420, Bolton Hall. We'll be setting up the club's Trimble Juno GPS receiver for use during the Urban Ecology Center invasive plant mapping project on 10/30/14. See the club meetings page for details.

Post-Meeting Bonus

Following the 10/23/14 meeting we're watching a partial solar eclipse. Details at the 10/23/14 meeting. Never look directly at the sun.

Urban Ecology Center Field Work

Thursday, 10/30/14, 4 PM, 1500 E. Park Pl, meet in lobby.We'll use GPS technology to map invasive species at the UEC.

Club Officers

Jana Viel
Julee Mitchell
Keith Krukowski
Martin Ziech

Notices and Events

Planning is underway for the 2014 GIS Day at UWM on Wednesday, 9/19. The web site will soon be open to register for hands-on workshops and for the famous pizze lunch. There's no cost. Until then, see details about the 2013 UWM GIS Day.

Where in the world?

Welcome to the Geographic Information Systems Club at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. We're the club where you can learn about GIS, get help with projects, help others with projects, learn about getting certified, and look for a job.

It's easy to join and we don't charge dues. And besides that, we know how to have fun.

Whether you're a freshman or about to defend your PhD dissertation, the GIS Club has something for you.

Watch Here for Next Meeting Announcement

Thanks to everyone who came to the 9/25 meeting. There were lots of good ideas proposed and lots of enthusiasm. The club officers are working on the details of the next meeting and a roster of GIS projects for the club to work on. Watch here and on the meetings page for details.

Want to learn more, e-mail us.

The members who came to the 9/25/14 meeting posed for a photo.

The club collected spatial data for the Milwaukee River Greenway Coaltion on April 8, 2013.

See more photos on the 'Meetings' page.

On March 27th, 2013, the club held its first 'Real-Life GIS' event at which Anne Reis, Matt Richardson, and Dave Horvath described their real-world GIS work.

See more photos on the 'Meetings' page.