Club Meetings and Activities

Club Officers Sought

Several of the club's officers are graduating which leaves officer vancanies. You got what it takes to be a GIS Club officer? It's not that tough and it fills out a resume nicely. E-mail for more info.

Future Club Activities

Your club officers are working on plans for future club activities. If there's some aspect of GIS that you'd like the club to work on, e-mail the club at

For more information see our Meetings page.

Club Officers

Jana Viel
Julee Mitchell
Keith Krukowski
Martin Ziech

Notices and Events

Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA) Meeting-5/14/15

The Wisconsin Chapter of the Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA) invites you to see the latest developments in mobile computing.  Learn about advances in mobile hardware, GIS software and wireless communications, an expected way of doing business in today’s utility.  See presentations by Esri, Continental Mapping, Panasonic, Mobile Mounting Solutions, Seiler Instruments, and PSE&G.  There will be “live” demonstration of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in Alliant’s parking lot.

The meeting runs from 9 AM to 2 PM at Alliant Energy, 4902 Biltmore Lane, Madison, Wisc. No registration cost, lunch included. Register by 5/11/15 by e-mail to Thomas Tym.

Need GIS?

Occasionally, we decide that it's time to make the world a better place through GIS. For example, we recently helped the Food and Garden Club at UWM find locations on campus with good sunlight for vegetable gardens. Or can help your non-profit build a map of where your donors live or where your clients shop. Or we can help you understand the spatial environment in your service area with insights like the number of households below the poverty line.

Take a look at our past project portfolio.

Got a need? We may be able to help. Send us an e-mail with your details.

Just a couple of restrictions...

We do work only for community and non-profit organizations (the rest of you guys can hire hire us after we graduate).

We can't do all the projects that people ask us to do. We'll typically pick projects that make the best uses of GIS or are the most innovative.