We have a wide-ranging department with degrees ranging from undergraduate minors through the PhD.
We take pride in quality of teaching as well as excellence in research. As a component of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, we emphasize hands-on field work, with research locations from the Arctic to Guatemala, as well as in the forests, streams, beaches, and human landscapes of the mid-Atlantic. Please look over our site and feel free to contact the Department for further information.
UDaily article discusses the training exercises Drs. Cathy Geiger, Tracy DeLiberty and UD graduate students (Renny Kane, Jesse Samluk, and Scott Sorensen) did with the Naval Academy in Barrow, Alaska (Learn More)
Follow the MERLIN Project website
DEOS is featured in UD's Research Magazine for CFMS, pp. 18-19 (cick to view)
Like the outdoors? Course ENSC450 has students do just that! (Check it out)
May 14th - last day of classes
May 15th - Reading Day and department luncheon. See email for details.