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.


news

events

arrowDan Leathers has been elected president of the American Association of State Climatologists. (read more here)

arrowMay 31st - Graduation and Convoction

arrowJun 6-8 - Alumni weekend

arrowJune 9- First Summer session starts

jobs and fellowships

Eric Pugliano's 2104 GIS Poster Presentation


Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions Eric Pugliano's 2014 GIS Poster Presentation