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Azavea Summer of Maps Fellows complete geospatial data analysis and visualization projects for mission-driven organizations.

Proposed Projects

Project shortlist

Fellows select the top projects they would like to work on as part of the application process. Top projects are then awarded grants. Click on a proposed project to learn more about the project details and goals.

Environment & Ecosystems
Ecological Analysis of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Arts & Culture
The Social Geography of Arts and Culture
Community & Economic Development
Mapping New Orleans Hidden Eviction Crisis
Environment & Ecosystems
Identifying Patterns in Mid-Atlantic Marine Debris
Transportation
Mapping Out Philadelphia's Most Dangerous Intersections for Pedestrians. 2015 and Now.
Environment & Ecosystems
Prioritizing Restoration Projects in Sierra Nevada, CA Watershed: Using Suitability Analysis and Prioritization Models
Environment & Ecosystems
Conservation Prioritization of Ketchikan, Alaska
Transportation
Developing a Bicycle Travel Demand Model to Grow Mode Share and Prioritize Infrastructure Improvements
Elections & Civil Rights
Exploring How Philly Elections Work
Health
Analyzing Health Status, Income, and Social Determinants of Health Across Philadelphia
Elections & Civil Rights
Prison Gerrymandering and the Democratic Principle of 'One Person, One Vote'
Education
Network Analysis to Support Urban Alliance's High School Internship Program
Completed projects

Project archive

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Angela Sakrison
Angela Sakrison
2012 fellow
Audubon Pennsylvania
Analyzing spatial and species patterns in bird collisions in downtown Philadelphia
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Nse-Abasi Esema
Nse-Abasi Esema
2012 fellow
Philadelphia Public School Notebook/WHYY
Visualizing the Renaissance Schools Initiative's impact on the geography of the Philadelphia Public School District
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Angela Sakrison
Angela Sakrison
2012 fellow
Stroud Water Research Center
Evaluating the impact of vegetation changes in the riparian buffer on stream geomorphology and the fish community
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Nse-Abasi Esema
Nse-Abasi Esema
2012 fellow
The Campaign for Working Families
Targeting programs to assist working people in managing their finances
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Tyler Dahlberg
Tyler Dahlberg
2013 fellow
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia
Analysis and visualization of bicycle thefts in Philadelphia
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Tyler Dahlberg
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Summer 2018

Applications for the Summer 2018 session of the Azavea Summer of Maps fellowship program are now closed. Fellows and nonprofit projects will be announced soon.

Thank you!

Applications are now closed and the fellowship will begin shortly.