The CGA kicks off its annual geospatial lecture series on November 9 with a talk by Dr. Healy Hamilton
CGA News Archive
Wednesday April 29th Manuela Rayner of the National Geospatial Association debriefs students on DC life and the professional GIS world
Members of the CGA journeyed to Chicago in Late April 2015 to participate in the American Association of Geographers annual conference
Guest Lecture: An Integrated Approach for Tropical Forest Monitoring
C.G.A. director Marco Millones recently visited his native Peru to present the results of an environmental policy research project
As a child, Sarah Glaser dreamed of working in Africa. In studying the fishing of Lake Victoria, Glaser made her dream come true.
William & Mary Professors John Swaddle and Stuart Hamilton have begun accepting applications for the College's new certificate program in Geographic Information Science for summer 2013.
William & Mary’s Commonwealth Center for Energy and the Environment has launched its first round of projects, which have an emphasis on the effects of the rise of sea level.
William & Mary Chancellor Robert M. Gates '65 L.H.D. '98 was among a small group that received a briefing of four current globally focused research projects at the university.
Four entries chosen that improve the quality of education at the university while reducing costs or generating revenue that can be reinvested.
Largest single, financial award in William & Mary's history will create center to advance foreign aid transparency.
A team of W&M researchers help Ugandan scientists prepare for a promising but uncertain future.
W&M’s Center for Geospatial Analysis recently brought Peter Bol, professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations and Director of the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard, to campus.
David Soller ’76 is the keeper of what is possibly the world’s largest digital glove compartment.
During the spring 2010 semester, ENSP 204 and GEOL 204 students completed a class research project examining the environmental factors that contribute to mercury contamination in the South River watershed.
GIS reveals medieval land-transfer patterns.
GIS reveals underserved areas for college-bound support.
Funded by the Mellon Foundation, the expansion of the GIS program officially began in June 2008.