Geography[at]Harvard is a service of the Center for Geographic Analysis that supports:

  1. curricula services for a range of disciplines, to integrate spatial thinking into Harvard courses,
  2. guest lectures to showcase geospatial technologies and contemporary geographic research methods within Harvard courses,
  3. university-community partnerships that utilize geospatial technologies, and
  4. colloquia and other discussions to catalyze geographic theories, methods, and empirical research.

Geography[at]Harvard classroom support began in 2011 with the work of Kirk Goldsberry, a visiting scholar at the CGA, and is being continued by Matthew W. Wilson.