The focus of this thesis is to create a GIS tool for the Department of Women's Studies featuring the life history of Midge Costanza. This is a geographic computer interactive tool that will help students, learn about her journey, her deeds and show important events she participated in to provide a balanced dedication to human rights and her concern for communities. The students will be able to select different layers and click on a particular event or place to and see more information on a web page. It also enhances the student's abilities to select videos, audios and pictures from the archive. This application can be customized according to individual interests. Also, a Quiz in the end will allow students to verify the things they learned about using this tool. One of the biggest design challenges is to have the interface simple and capable of handling multiple tasks in real time without compromising the feature set. Subsequently, every attempt has been made to present a rich depth of subject knowledge through a lucid yet powerful Interface. The application is designed in JAVA and uses MOJO (Map Object Java Object), which is provided by ESRI. Using MOJO, GIS related features can be easily incorporated into the application by linking data to various geographical features on the map. Using modern computer technology to present an important subject in an engaging and interesting fashion helps not only students to learn, but also the instructors who can handle bigger class sizes and provide content not readily available in standard texts with greater ease to teach. Also, the use of Internet and dedicated website would make the learning process even more vibrant and interactive with ease of access to the content from anywhere you go.