Welcome to the Center for Spatial Studies!

The mission of the CSS is to support the University of Redlands in its endeavor to excel as a spatially infused learning community. The CSS strives to accomplish this mission by empowering faculty and students to integrate spatial thinking in their academic, personal, and professional lives; fostering cutting-edge spatial research and scholarship; enhancing the academic reputation of the University of Redlands; and helping create a better world through meaningful community service.

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Recent Posts

Putting the SURF Garden "On The Map"

Putting the SURF Garden "On The Map"

For those in the know, The Sustainable University of Redlands Farm, or SURF Garden, is a gem on the [...]
CSS Supports GeoDesign Studio Class

CSS Supports GeoDesign Studio Class

For the fall term, 2015, CSS staff members Lisa Benvenuti (Spatial Resources Manager) and Matthew Fl[...]
Spatial STEM+C Brings Spatial Thinking to Area Schools

Spatial STEM+C Brings Spatial Thinking to Area Schools

On November 1, 2015, Drs. Gary Scott (Project Director and faculty member in the School of Education[...]

Upcoming Events

May
18
Wed
4:00 pm MS GIS Colloquium: Shannon McElv... @ U of R: Gregory 161
MS GIS Colloquium: Shannon McElv... @ U of R: Gregory 161
May 18 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
MS GIS Colloquium: Shannon McElvaney - Finding Geodesign @ U of R: Gregory 161 | Redlands | California | United States
Finding Geodesign Urbanization, globalization, and population growth are driving the need for a paradigm shift in how we solve problems. We are moving from a world of silos back to a world of connection. It’s[...]
May
25
Wed
4:00 pm MS GIS Colloquium: David Peck, P... @ To Be Determined
MS GIS Colloquium: David Peck, P... @ To Be Determined
May 25 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
MS GIS Colloquium: David Peck, Pictometry @ To Be Determined | Redlands | California | United States
David Peck, Pictometry regional technical manager for California Topic: TBD