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Taking our Maps on the Road

A man in a baseball cap stood at a map and pointed to a blue sticky note affixed to New Mexico. “This is the canyon where I abandoned my PhD,” he said. He described being alone in the canyon conducting research for his dissertation, and realizing that he was spending all that time on one … Continue reading Taking our Maps on the Road

A Plea for Working in the Open From Your Friendly Neighborhood Grants Manager

The GeoConvos team is pleased to present the following guest post by Michael Cansfield, Grants Manager at the Chicago History Museum (CHM). Michael  has played a key role securing support for the GeoConvos project.  Written by Michael Cansfield | April 29, 2015 For the past 4 years, I have had the pleasure and responsibility of … Continue reading A Plea for Working in the Open From Your Friendly Neighborhood Grants Manager