Centers & Resources

 

Bio Agimage of racial restrictive covenants in modesto

 

The Bio-Ag Field Site serves as an outdoor laboratory and field site on the Stanislaus State campus for observation, demonstration, and experimentation relating to the permaculture approach to sustainable land use and environmental planning. The Bio-Ag Dome is home to Geography's Dry Soil Lab. For more information, please contact Dr. Avwunudiogba. 

Cartography Lab Archiveimage of racial restrictive covenants in modesto

 

Cartography Lab Archive - The Geography Program maintains a collection of teaching maps, with special emphasis on central California. For more information, please contact Dr. Hauselt.   

 

CASA offers geospatial consulting services to the campus and regional community, serving as a conduit for outreach to our larger community. CASA coordinates internships, facilitates grant development, and conducts projects in partnership with campus and community members. For more information, please contact the Co-Directors of CASA Dr. Díaz-Garayúa and Dr. McNally

Field Experiences

 

Stanislaus State Geography hosts Field Experiences during summer, spring break, and some winter terms. Earn college credit and fulfill GE requirements while exploring our world. Spring 2019 we will host GEOG 4700 - Geographic Landscapes & Processes. Open to Stan State students and the general public through UEE For more information, please contact Dr. McNally

GIS Instructional Labimage of racial restrictive covenants in modesto

 

The Stanislaus State GIS Instructional Lab supports teaching, research, and community projects with the use of geotechnologies including Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (i.e., ArcGIS Pro), Remote Sensing (i.e., ERDAS Imagine) and statistical software (SPSS), global positioning systems (Garmin), and the possibility to integrate smartphones technology. For more information, please contact Dr. Díaz-Garayúa.