What we do
The ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub advances the use of geographically-referenced information by expanding access to and support for geospatial technologies and cartographic resources across ASU and beyond.
We work in three core areas:
Resources | We’re a center for geospatial data, maps, geographic imagery, and the related geographic information systems (GIS) tools that can be used to bring them to life as powerful, value-added information.
Education | We design and deliver engaging programming to teach the community how to integrate spatial analysis, map interpretation, data management, and geospatial data visualization into their research and learning goals.
Collaboration | We draw upon our creativity, technical expertise, and professional networks to initiate, lead, and support transdisciplinary research projects across the university and beyond.
The fastest, most efficient way to get in touch is by submitting a service request. We'll get back to you within two business days (Monday-Friday), but typically sooner.
Watch Map/Geo Service Requests on YouTube.
Map and Geospatial Hub
Hayden Library, Room 334
300 E Orange Mall Tempe, AZ 85281
Map and Geospatial Hub
P.O. Box 871006 Tempe AZ 85287
Director of Maps, Imagery, and Geospatial Services | Matthew.Toro@asu.edu
Matthew leads engagement, technology, collections, and research initiatives at the Map and Geospatial Hub.
Geospatial Data Analyst | Jill.Sherwood@asu.edu
Jill is responsible for the collection, processing, documentation (metadata), analysis, and curation of the thousands of geospatial datasets and other digital assets made available through the Map and Geospatial Hub.
Eric is the Hub's main frontline staff member for service related to map and GIS resources. He coordinates collection maintenance, software license distribution, workshops and event scheduling, map indexing, digitization, and other projects.
Map and GIS Assistant | email@example.com
Andre studies Physics at ASU and plans on going to graduate school after completing his undergraduate degree. Besides physics, he enjoys engineering, making music, and telling stories.
Map and GIS Intern | firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex is a graduate student in the Master of Advanced Study in GIS (MAS-GIS) program at ASU. He obtained his BA at The Evergreen State College. His main interest is studying urban environments through the lens of social, economic and environmental sustainability.
Map and GIS Intern | email@example.com
Remi is currently majoring in Music and Art History and minoring in Chemistry at ASU, with plans to go to graduate school to become an art conservator. Outside of school, Remi is a singer-songwriter and guitarist, working on recording an album and playing with her band, Brake for Snakes.
The Map and Geospatial Hub has an active internship program.
Map and GIS Interns have the opportunity to work on a range of revolving and emergent projects related to applied mapping and geospatial data visualization, spatial analyis, data management, and/or projects related to cartographic history, theory, or practice. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Visit the Map and GIS internship program page to learn more and apply.