Everything is spatial, and location matters.
At the Center for Geospatial Analytics, we create new ways of processing, visualizing and exploring massive amounts of location-based data. We reveal patterns and generate actionable information that can be used for decision-making. We work alongside government, business and civic leaders to help them find the right data, tools and insights to take on some of today’s most pressing challenges.
Your gifts help us to push the boundaries of geospatial data science, collaborate with communities to solve problems and educate the next generation of geospatial scientists and GIS professionals.
Center for Geospatial Analytics Enhancement Fund
We drive innovation in education and research, and flexible funds play a key role in supporting our cutting-edge work. Whether your passion is for providing hands-on opportunities for students, broadening the reach of impactful research or supporting events that unite our community, your tax-deductible gift will help our center continue to grow as a go-to hub for geospatial solutions.
Every gift, no matter the size, helps us advance student success and drive innovation.
What Your Gifts Do
Your gifts help our students, research staff and faculty achieve the extraordinary by...
• funding scholarships and graduate fellowships to attract and retain top students, including distance learners and military students otherwise ineligible for other funding sources,
• covering conference fees and travel expenses for students to present their research and expand their professional network,
• supporting the Geospatial Forum speaker series, enabling dynamic guests from around the region, nation and world to share their cutting-edge work with the center community and beyond.
Meentemeyer Named Goodnight Distinguished Professor of Geospatial Analytics
Our director was honored with an endowed professorship made possible by a gift from longtime NC State supporters Jim and Ann Goodnight.
2019 Triangle GISocial Sponsored by Geo Owl
Our GIS Day celebration and networking event drew over 70 students, alumni and geospatial professionals from the Triangle and was sponsored by Geo Owl, a premier provider of GIS, multi-disciplined intelligence analysis and information technology for the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community.