The Department of Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EEAS) covers the interdisciplinary study the earth and its atmosphere. Our students and faculty are passionate about understanding earth systems and applying that knowledge to solve environmental and sustainability challenges.
After receiving their degrees, many graduates will be employed by industry, academia, and governmental agencies.
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For more information please contact Lori Weeden regarding Undergraduate Programs, and Kate Swanger regarding Graduate Programs.
Science education, water & soil chemistry
Earth Surface processes & paleoclimatology, with an emphasis on glacial geology, permafrost processes & high-latitude climate change