Maxwell School News and Commentary
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Maxwell Alum Launches ‘Dream Job’ Pairing Geography, Drones and Data in Washington, DC
Andy Paladino ’18 B.A. (Geog) pairs geolocation information with vision data and other software to provide analytics for commercial and government clients.
See related: Maps, Washington, D.C.
Mark Monmonier's Book Traces the Invention of the Clock System
Monmonier, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography and the Environment, follows John Byron Plato's path from farmer in his mid-30s to inventor of several inventions including the “Clock System,” which assigned addresses to rural residences without house numbers.
Geography and the Environment Department Welcomes Two Scholars
At the start of the spring 2022 semester, the Maxwell School’s Geography and the Environment Department welcomed two new faculty members, one of whom was hired as part of the University’s research clusters initiative.
See related: Climate Change, Maps, Promotions & Appointments
Monmonier quoted in New York Times article on digital maps
See related: Maps, United States
Monmonier's How to Lie with Maps named essential book for geographers
See related: Awards & Honors, Maps
Monmonier presents at 2020 annual meeting of the NACIS
In his presentation, Mark Monmonier, Distinguished Professor of Geography, criticizes the destruction of copyright "deposit copies" by the Library of Congress.
See related: Cartography, United States
Connections and Content: Reflections on Networks and the History of Cartography
How to Lie with Maps, 3rd Edition
Patents and Cartographic Inventions: A New Perspective for Map History
The History of Cartography