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Earth and Environmental Scientists Impact Our World

Earth and environmental scientists are problem solvers, addressing issues related to energy & water resources, natural disasters, and environmental protection. Knowledge of earth and environmental sciences, the scientific study of Earth's dynamic processes and history, will be key to achieving sustainability in the 21st century.

As an earth and environmental scientist, you can work as an environmental scientist, hydrologist, engineering geologist, computer cartographer/GIS analyst, or even a planetary geologist studying planets and moons to understand the origin of our solar system.

If you are a high schooler who is interested in the earth and environmental sciences, check out our GETUP program here!

You will like EES if...

♦ You enjoy learning about minerals, rocks, fossils, earthquakes, & volcanoes

♦ You are curious about how geologic processes affect peoples' day-to-day lives

♦ Making maps and interpreting satellite imagery sounds intriguing

♦ You often wonder how our planet was formed and continues to change

♦ You enjoy field trips and want to learn in Utah's amazing "outdoor laboratory"

 

See yourself here...

Can you see yourself using your curiosity, knowledge, and skills to improve how human communities interact with their environment, solve problems, and plan for the future?

We have several degrees designed to help you make that happen.

Cleaning up the environment, exploring for natural resources and helping communities prepare for and lessen the impact of geologic hazards, there are many careers that will allow you to help make the world a better place today, and for generations to come.

 

 

Now let us help!

♦ New Students Apply to WSU. Apply To WSU

♦ Contact the CoS Advising Office.
General Advising

♦ Declare your Earth and Environmental Science program by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Rick Ford, Dept. Chair. Declare Your Major

 

Let's Connect!


#WeberEarth #EarthandEnviroSci
ees@weber.edu
801-626-7139

 

Advisor & Office Hours


New Major Advisor
Dr. Rick Ford
rford@weber.edu
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Summer:
M/W/F, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

Mailing address


Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2507
Ogden, UT 84408-2507

Building location


Tracy Hall Science Center (TY 338)

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