As map and geospatial data librarian, Greg March helps students, faculty, and staff locate and use cartographic and geospatial resources. Greg can provide assistance with online resources, as well as the Libraries' map collection. He can help users evaluate GIS (Geographic Information Systems) as a suitable tool for solving research needs and help locate appropriate spatial data.
Greg is the subject librarian for the departments of Anthropology, Geography, and Earth and Planetary Sciences. He provides research consultations, instruction in the use of information resources, and collection development for those disciplines. He provides reference and information services to the university community and the general public.
Greg holds a bachelor's degree in anthropology from Franklin Pierce College, a master's in forensic science from the University of New Haven, and a master's in information science from UT.