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

arrowDr. Cathy Geiger with her expertise in sea-ice science has been invited to be a Scientific Editor on the Editoral Board of the Journal of Glaciology.

arrowOct 27th Master's Presentation: "That street is for them not us" a study into the way space is viewed and experienced in Georgetown, Delaware" by Hannah Jacobson, MA student at 11:00am in 218 Pearson Hall.

arrowOct 29th Dissertation Defense: "The Arctic Energy Budget, Sea Ice Area, and the Atmospheric Circulation" by Weihan Chan, PhD student at 11:00am in 218 Pearson Hall.

arrowNov. 13th Dissertation Defense: "Questioning the transformational potential of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES): A case (call/plea) for connectivity in managing  complex socio-ecological systems" by Mary Schorse, PhD student at 10:00am in 231 Pearson Hall

arrowGeography Awareness Week is November 17st - 21st

jobs and fellowships

Eric Pugliano's 2104 GIS Poster Presentation


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