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Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Staff

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Jennie Murack is the Geospatial Data Librarian and Statistics Specialist for the MIT Libraries. She works with both digital, geographic data and the Libraries' paper maps collection. She has a background in psychology, and, prior to arriving at the MIT Libraries, she conducted educational evaluation research. Outside of work she enjoys running, hiking, yoga, reading, and watching reality TV.
Daniel Sheehan is a GIS programmer and analyst and leads the MIT GIS Services group. He has helped people work with GIS in the MIT GIS Lab, in the classroom, and out in the field for the past 15 years. He spent the prior decade helping researchers use GIS at the Woods Hole Lab of the National Marine Fisheries Service and the University of Wisconsin at Madison.  Outside of work he enjoys his family and riding his bike when he has time.
Anne Graham is the Civil & Environmental Engineering Liaison and the GIS Liaison to the Engineering & Science Libraries. Her secret loves are maps, geology, and cross-country skiing.
Madeline Wrable is graduate from Tufts University with an MS in environmental health. During this time, she was a GIS lab assistant, a remote sensing TA, and part of a statistics focused research team. Her undergraduate is a BS in applied physics and philosophy from Northeastern University. While most of her higher education has been in the east, she hails from the west. She grew up in Washington State and was born in California. In the winter you will find her skiing, and in the summer she enjoys reading outside.