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GEEMaP: National Science Foundation IGERT Program at the University of Iowa

GEEMaP students are passionate about protecting our air, soil, and water…

committed to clean energy…

fascinated by computing, graphics, and technology…

and participating in a novel graduate experience.

GEEMaP is part of the National Science Foundations’ Integrative Graduate and Research Traineeship program.

Funding for GEEMaP ended on June 30, 2018. This site continues as an archive of the GEEMaP project.

  • Program Students Fall 2017
  • The University of Iowa Old Capitol Building
  • Aerial photo of the University of Iowa Music Building at the height of the 2008 flood.
  • Sediment Basin
  • Boat Collecting
  • GEEMaP student in the field.
  • Northern Iowa Windmills


  • GEEMaP is funded by the National Science Foundation's Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) initiative.

    The stated purpose of the IGERT program is “to meet the challenges of educating US PhD scientists, engineers, and educators with the interdisciplinary backgrounds, deep knowledge in chosen disciplines, and technical, professional, and personal skills to become in their own careers the leaders and creative agents for change.”