Welcome to our Student Work page. We are proud to show some of the excellent coursework, research, and independent projects that our students are producing.
Click the images for more information, larger versions, and links to web pages.
Examples of 2020 Student Final Projects
Caitlyn Linehan, GEP 630, Spring 2020
Ann Morris, GEP 690, Spring 2020
Emerging Issues and Methods in GISc: Web Mapping
Instructor: Professor Porter-Morgan
Geovisualization and Analytical Cartography
GEP 360/GEP 660
Instructor: Gretchen Culp
Spatial Analysis of Urban Health
GEP 310/GEP 610
Instructors: Professor Maantay and Professor Maroko
Katy Djambazian has written up her field work in Poland and Scotland. Read her full report here.
Daniel Thach's poster highlighting his research with Dr. Sloan. Click the image for the full PDF document.
Student Web Portfolios
Kyle is working towards his Masters Degree in our MS-GISc program. Click the image above to see a variety of samples of his work.
Kurt is a MsGISc major who also works full time in the GISc field. He created this gallery of his work to share.
Adam is a MsGISc major and one of our GISc Lab tutors. His work is well worth checking out.
Dawn is a MsGISc student and a tutor in the GISc Lab. Take a look at the great work in her portfolio.
GIS, Cartography, Art, and Design from the Heart of the Bronx.
MsGISc student Amelia Zaino's web page
MsGISc student Ragnar Thrastarson has a great Tumblr page featuring his cartography.
Justin Czarka is an educator and current MS-GISc student who has studied in all of our department's programs. His web site highlights his cartographic and GISc projects, and provides information about his teaching work.
Please visit the Sigma Xi Student Research Showcase site that was created by Daniel Thach of Bronx Science High School. Daniel started working on his research with Dr. Sloan of the EEGS Department at Lehman College in January 2013. His project made it to the semifinals in the 2014 Intel Science Research Competition, and has been entered in regional competitions as well.