Jeremy joined the Center for GIS (CGIS) in 2003. He works closely with co-workers and clients on tasks associated with the collection, processing, and management of geospatial data that supports various web mapping applications. Additionally, he regularly assists in the development of methodologies used to complete GIS-related projects.
Recently, Jeremy assisted in the update to the Maryland Transit Administration’s (MTA) TIGERS mapping application. The TIGERS mapping application supports MTA’s environmental compliance efforts by providing users with the ability to visualize environmental management efforts from a spatial perspective. He has also assisted in the recent development of face-to-face GIS courses for State of Maryland employees interested in learning about GIS in general; GIS resources available to them; and various GIS technologies, such as ArcGIS Online.
Jeremy holds a M.A. in geography and environmental planning from Towson University and a B.S. in geo-environmental studies from Shippensburg University. He also is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP).
Jeremy volunteers with Gunpowder Valley Conservancy; teaches Introduction to Map Interpretation at Towson University; teaches physical geography and earth sciences courses at the Community College of Baltimore County.
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