The Mapping Grand Canyon Conference is made possible and free to the public through the generous support of our partners.
Kaibab Plateau partners
Granite Gorge partners
Colorado River partners
- ASU Library
- ASU Institute for Humanities Research (IHR)
- ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE)
- ASU School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning (SGSUP)
- ASU Spatial Analysis Research Center (SPARC)
Become a partner
Thank you for your interest in partnering on this historic event.
Please review the Partnership Opportunity Guide to learn more about what supporting the conference could entail for your company or organization. If interested in partnering, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
With 2019 marking both the centennial (1919-2019) of the creation of Grand Canyon National Park and the sesquicentennial (1869-2019) of John Wesley Powell's legendary expedition through the canyons of the Colorado River, it's a great time to support Grand Canyon art, science, and community. Celebrate with us!
The Mapping Grand Canyon Conference originated as a component of a larger research project supported through an ASU Institute for Humanities Research (IHR) seed grant: Mapping Grand Canyon: A Critical Cartographic History. Special gratitude is owed to the ASU IHR, which provided the initial scholarly momentum and financial support to make this event a reality.