Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

The GIS Lab

The geospatial services team operates out of the GIS Lab, located on the 9th floor of the Library / Tech building in rooms 951 & 952. Baruch students, faculty, and staff can meet with the Geospatial Data Librarian to discuss projects and get assistance, and can work independently on GIS or data-related projects in the lab with help nearby. CUNY affiliates are also welcome to inquire. Appointments are required (sorry, no drop-ins).

GIS Lab

Our Services

Geospatial Services at Baruch are offered within the Library's Graduate Services Division

Educational programs

  1. Research consultations for census / demographic data and GIS (by appointment)
  2. The GIS Practicum: day-long introductory GIS workshops using QGIS
  3. Research guides for GIS, Census data, NYC data, and demography
  4. In-class lectures related to demographic data and mapping (by request from faculty)

Data programs

  1. Data processing assistance (including address geocoding)
  2. Maintenance of Baruch's spatial data repository (Baruch Geoportal)
  3. Creation of value-added data resources (the NYC Geodatabase, census web maps, and more)

Geospatial Data Librarian

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Frank Donnelly
Contact:
Newman Library
151 E 25th Street
Box H-0520
New York, NY 10010
(646) 312-1657