Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Newton Horace Winchell School of Earth and Environmental Sciences


Why choose Earth and Environmental Sciences?!

Interested in pursuing an academic career in Earth Sciences? Hear from two current students about why they choose Earth Sciences and what they like about our program!

 

 

A special thank you to the CSE communications team for putting together this beautiful video. To learn more about CSE you can go to: cse.umn.edu

 

Interested in donating to the scholarship and fellowship funds to help support our wonderful students? Making a gift is easy!

 


New Undergraduate Degree Option in Environmental Geoscience

 

 

The Department of Earth Sciences is pleased to announce that we will be offering a new degree option for our undergraduate students in Environmental Geosciences. Students may choose to pursue a Bachelors of Science (B.S.) or a Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) in Environmental Geosciences. We hope that this new degree option will open various opportunities for our students in a growing career field, preparing them to work in various areas including environmental consulting firms, as well as, federal, state, and nonprofit agencies.

 

For more information, please contact Dr. Joshua Feinberg at: feinberg@umn.edu.

Also, check out this great spotlight by CSE: Environmental Geosciences.

 


Earth & Environmental Sciences Career Fair

 

Looking to start a career or looking to make a career switch in Geosciences!? The Earth and Environmental Sciences Career Fair is hoping to help you with just that. Don't miss this opportunity to meet and network with geoscience employers! For more information check out our career fair website!

Don't forget to attend one of the CV workshops on Sept. 17th and Sept. 24th from 4-5pmin Tate Hall, room 201-20 so you can bring your best self and make a great first impression!

 


Weekly Department Seminar

 

Dr. Max Bezada, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Minnesota on Intracontinental Deformation: Seismic attenuation sheds new light on an old problem, September 19th at 4:00pm, B20 Tate Hall. 

 


 

Interested in Working with the Department of Earth Sciences?

If you are interested in applying for any positions available here in the Department of Earth Sciences, check out the current positions available for more information.

 


 

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