We are thrilled to announce the 2014 Summer of Maps fellows and the non-profit organizations they will work with. Please join me in congratulating:
Tim St. Onge, M.S. Candidate, Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment, Clark University, working with:
DataHaven – Analyzing The Relationships Between Neighborhood Indicators In The Greater New Haven And Valley Region
Community Design Collaborative – Using Spatial Analysis to Prioritize Design Grants in Philadelphia
Amory Hillengas, Masters of Urban Spatial Analytics, Community and Economic Development concentration, University of Pennslyvania working with:
GirlStart – Analysis Of Funding Resources And Program Adoption Of Girlstart In Central Texas
City Harvest – Analysis of Retail Food Access in Low Income Communities to Measure Need for and Impact of City Harvest Programming
Jenna Glat, B.A. in Geography and Spanish, Colgate University, working with:
TreePeople – Analysis of Land Cover Change in Los Angeles Area
The Consortium for Building Energy Innovation – Measuring Energy Efficiency of Philadelphia’s Building Stock
We are very excited to work with our 2014 Summer of Maps fellows and support them through their work with these nonprofits.
We are also enormously grateful to the following organizations for sponsoring the 2014 Summer of Maps Program:
These generous sponsorships have enabled us to continue this very important program.