GIS Collaboratory - The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Collaboratory is a facility designed to serve the needs of DePaul faculty, students and staff in the areas of geospatial analysis, computer cartography and visualization, remote sensing, and image capture and conversion. It is located in Room 224 of the Schmitt Academic Center (SAC), 2320 North Kenmore Avenue on the Lincoln Park Campus of DePaul University. The lab schedule accommodates geography and quantitative reasoning courses.
Donald Dewey Lab - The Dewey Lab is located in the 4500 suite of the Department of Geography at 990 W. Fullerton Ave. This small computer lab is devoted solely to student geographic research and computing.
Social Science Research Center of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Chaddick Institute for Metrpolitan Development - The Chaddick Institute, located at DePaul's Chicago Loop, advances the principles of effective land use, transportation, and community planning. Founded in 1993, the institute offers planners, attorneys, developers, and entrepreneurs a forum to share expertise on difficult land-use issues through workshops, conferences, and policy studies.
Irwin W. Steans Center for Community-Based Learning - The Steans Center for Community-based Service Learning provides educational opportunities grounded in Vincentian community values to DePaul students. The Center seeks to develop mutually beneficial, reciprocal relationships with community organizations in order to develop a sense of social agency in our students through enrollment in CbSL courses, community internships and placements, and community-based student employment.