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Maps serving the refugee community in Grand Forks
These maps provide needed information for the refugee community living in Grand Forks, North Dakota. There are a few hundred refugees from many parts of the world in Grand Forks, including Bhutan, Iraq, and Somalia.
These maps were designed by UND Geography 471 students in the Fall 2012 semester based on mapping needs identified by the staff of New American Services run through the Lutheran Social Services office in downtown Grand Forks.
To access the maps, click on the link or the smaller image of the map.
Mapping the Grand Forks refugee needs is a partnership between the UND Geography Department and the Grand Forks office of Lutheran Social Services New American Services. Many thanks to Tara Dupper, the Resettlement Coordinator at LSS NAS during Fall 2012 semester, for helping the students with their mapping projects.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Michael Niedzielski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This tri-fold brochure measuring highlights free and low cost clothing locations in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The map and reverse side includes brief descriptions of the locations.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates and graduates: Bailey Bubach, Benjamin Oster, and Matthew Elbert.
This 8 page booklet specifically highlights locations of healthcare faciltities, such as emergency care, hospitals, clinics, dental, and vision.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates and graduates: Mandi-Leigh Peterson, Shaun Klee, and Brian Osowski.
This tri-fold brochure highlights the locations of basic social services that new residents of the area might need including drivers license and car registration, food assistance, or housing assistance.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates and graduates: Joseph Camisa, Edwin Bush, and Peter Stordahl.
This map is a full fold-out brochure serving as a guide to free and low cost food sources in Grand Forks. It highlights food pantries that require vouchers and those that don't.
The map below was designed by UND graduates: Anna Crowell, Josh Crowell, and Richard Kaczor.
This double-sided 8.5 by 11 inch map shows locations of schools and selected daycare centers in Grand Forks. Places with ESL programs are also highlighted.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Nathan Sem, Andrew Schmaus, and Tyler Narum.
This 12 page booklet shows outreach religious centers in Grand Forks as well as other worships places in the city. There are four maps: one for all outreach centers and one each for three parts of the city.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Austin Braget, Mitchell Braget.
This double-sided 8.5 by 11 inch maps highlights places with activities in the city for teens and adults.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Garrett Jespen, Mitchell Wilmer, and Josh Tweeton.