In Summer 2015, Jeffrey Gleason ’18 and Catherine Blume ’18 worked with Catherine Riihimaki (CST) to create Mapping Princeton. This multi-disciplinary project brought together computer science, geography, and graphic design to capture spatially the essence of Princeton University.
The atlas focuses on three aspects of the University: history, sustainability, and people. Princeton’s geographical growth as a campus is its spatial history; Princeton’s development as a sustainable campus is a spatial component of its environment; and Princeton’s graduates and alumni moving around the world is a spatial description of its people.
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