We’d like to kick of November with a big “Thank You!” to all of alumni for their continued support of our department. We’d like to highlight 3 alumni in particular: Daniel Jaffee, Lauret Savoy, and Lee Nichols.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has forced our Department to adapt rapidly in the interests of health, safety and compliance with a wide range of ever-changing regulations. Every part of the Department has been affected and here is just a sampling of adjustments we have made.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences welcome two new full time faculty members and one joint appointment with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
A&S researchers lay the groundwork to reconstruct global climate through Earth's history.
NSF grant funds research to determine the effects of artificial beaver dams.
A&S researchers study the amount of carbon dioxide released at the East African Rift System.
Jeffrey Karson, the Jessie Page Heroy Professor of Earth Sciences, finds important connection between geological and biological processes.
Earth sciences department will use software, valued at $2.2 million, for geological modeling, structural analysis of Earth's interior