SPACE (2003‒2009) was a CSISS program established through NSF funding to advance spatial thinking within undergraduate education in the social sciences. The goal of SPACE was to strengthen academic programs and student capabilities to integrate information scientifically and spatially across a broad range of disciplinary and policy domains. The tools for building a strong emphasis on spatial thinking in social science curricula included geographic information systems (GIS), spatial pattern recognition, spatially statistics, cartographic representation, and place-based search methodologies. The program centered on national-level, week-long, workshops for more than 200 university undergraduate teachers. The workshops, taught by outstanding instructors, were supplemented with web-based teaching and learning resources, and follow-up activities. The program was designed to prepare teachers for the integration of spatial technologies into the curricula and to achieve faculty development objectives focused on instructional relationships that bring intellectual challenges to students. SPACE was managed through a consortium consisting of the University of California, Santa Barbara; The Ohio State University; and the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science. This eScholarship repository of reports and other publications documents the activities and outcomes of the program.