Welcome to the School of Earth and Climate Sciences (ECS), located in the stunning Bryand Global Sciences Center!
The ECS community works to understand the processes that shape our planet and address societal challenges of today and tomorrow – such as energy supply, climate change, and environmental sustainability. Undergraduate and graduate students have abundant opportunities to do cutting-edge research as part of an engaging and strong academic program. Our laboratory facilities are some of the best in the nation.
Questions about the undergraduate program?
Please contact: Dr. Alice Doughty
Questions about the graduate program?
Please contact: Dr. Alicia Cruz-Uribe
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