We're driven to contribute to the advancement of others
The ESRGC is committed to outreach and service by sharing our talents and experience with our state and local GIS communities as well as the next generation of geospatial professionals
From day one, ESRGC has been hosting quarterly regional GIS committee meetings that are open to anyone interested in GIS. These meetings bring together local and state government, private sector, and non-profit GIS users and consumers in one location to "talk shop" and learn from one another.
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Staying connected to state and national GIS Communities
Maryland State Geographic Information Committee Quarterly Meetings
ESRGC staff attend and present at quarterly meetings of MSGIC on a regular basis.
Delmarva GIS Conference
This bi-annual conference gives the ESRGC the opportunity to engage with GIS professionals from across Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
ESRI User Conference
The ESRGC has been fortunate to attend the world's largest annual event dedicated to geographic information systems technology, held in San Diego, CA.
Staying connected to our partners and their missions
If it's important to our partners, it's important to us!
Taste of the Eastern Shore (TOTES)
ESRGC has sponsored and attended this legislative event with over 175 of Maryland’s Senators, Delegates, Cabinet Secretaries and their staff along with county and other local elected officials from the Eastern Shore for over ten years. Legislators may visit our booth for a live demo of project tools developed through the funding they provide to our partners at the MidShore Regional Council and TriCounty Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Maryland Association of Counties (MACo)
ESRGC attends MACo in support of our partners through a showcase of products, tools and services. Staff are on-hand to assist our partners in sharing their accomplishments with funding providers.
The J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake
A Maryland must-attend, see-and-be-seen political institution, equal parts seafood and schmooze. ESRGC is there to engage with politicians and regional partners in an effort to support the continuation of funding to the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Rural Maryland Day
The Rural Maryland Council and rural advocates come together for this legislative event to discuss the challenges facing Maryland's rural communities. The ESRGC is there to thank legislators for investing in projects that improve life in our communities.
Proud Sponsor of Maryland State Geographic Information Committee (MSGIC)
ESRGC not only provides sponsorship to MSGIC, we also support the organization through elected positions on its Executive Committee. In addition, we are happy to host the annual Summer Quarterly meeting for the organization at Salisbury University!
- Erin Silva - MSGIC Elevation Workgroup Co-Chair
- Mary Buffington - MSGIC Emerging Professionals
- Logan Hall - MSGIC Advocacy Subcommittee Chair
Proud Sponsor of TUgis: Maryland's Geospatial Conference
You will find ESRGC front and center at the TUgis conference each year! Beyond sponsorship, the ESRGC can be found at our exhibit booth, giving presentations, and running technical training sessions throughout the conference.
Recent Training Offerings:
- Art Lembo - Applied Quantitative and Statistical Analysis in GIScience
- Logan Hall - Working with Topographic LiDAR in Maryland: Transitioning to ArcGIS Pro
- Anastassiya Suprunova - Telling Your Story with ArcGIS Story Maps
Staying connected with our University
Many ESRGC staff members also serve as Adjunct Faculty at Salisbury University in the Masters of GIS Management program and well as the undergraduate program.
- Lauren McDermott - GEOG 519: Advanced Geographic Information Systems
- Mary Buffington - GEOG 550: Spatial Database Design
- Logan Hall - GEOG 419: Advanced Geographic Information Systems
- Anastassiya Suprunova - GEOG 320: Cartographic Visualization
Sharing our experience with the next generation of innovators
Girls and Boys Innovation Academies at Salisbury University
The ESRGC team is honored to have the opportunity to introduce the attendees of the Girls and Boys Innovation Academy to the benefits of GIS through real life projects.
Field Trips to the ESRGC
ESRGC has had the privilege of hosting school field trips from local schools. Our staff enjoys sharing their experience and passion for geospatial science with students.