The department would like to congratulate Zhongjie Yu, Angela Chung, Suryodoy Ghoshal, and Ben Hedin on receiving the 2017-2018 Mellon Fellowships!
Listen to the Department of Geology and Environmental Science's Environmental Studies instructor Mark Collins speak at the Writers' Cafe on February 24th at 3:30 pm in the O'Hara Student Center Writing Center.
Be sure to check out Alumni James W. Morar in his exhibit at the University of Pittsburgh Law Library Gallery on February 24th at 5pm - 8pm.
Cambodian Times Publishes "Army Corps, Pitt Study Aging Infrastructure's Contribution to Nutrient Pollution" discussing Dr. Emily Elliott's lab group and their work.
Dr. Emily Elliott was given an Honorable Mention for the 2017 Carnegie Science Awards in the Environmental Award category. They wanted to recognize her excellent work during the annual Carnegie Science Awards Ceremony.
Check out Geology and Environmental Science Student Janine Krippner made it on the Wired List of Scientist to Follow!
It is with great sadness that we report that Professor Emeritus Harold “Bud” Rollins passed away on January 9, 2017. His death follows that of his wife, Jude, in 2015. Bud was a highly valued and much-revered member of the Department of Geology and Planetary Science from the time he joined it in 1969 until his retirement in 2003, and will be missed deeply by all who knew him.
Pitt's snapshot is highlighting our MS graduate Matt Dieterich!
JGR- Planets is celebrating their 25th anniversary by publishing the 25 most influential papers published in JGR-Planets. Our Emeritus faculty Dr. Bruce Hapke's paper, Space Weathering from Mercury ro the Asteroid Belt, is on the list!
The Department's soccer team took a win October 24th, 3-1!
Please be sure to LIKE our Facebook page and connect with fellow geologist and environmentalist!
The Department of Geology & Environmental Sciences is hosting the annual board meeting of the Earth Science Women’s Network. Special activities are planned to bring graduate students, faculty, alumni, and regional geoscience departments together with some of the brightest and most engaging leaders in the geoscience discipline. Join us for celebration of diversity in the geosciences by attending a special talk and networking reception on November 17 from 4-7:30pm in the Connolly Ballroom of Alumni Hall (4227 Fifth Ave.). The talk “Satellite Data to Support Air Quality Policy and Planning” will be given by Dr. Tracey Holloway. Dr. Holloway is a Professor at the University of Wisconsin and President of the Earth Science Women’s Network. Anyone interested in the geosciences, environmental science, sustainability are welcome to join. Any questions, please contact Emily Elliott (firstname.lastname@example.org). To RSVP to a particular event, please email Jessica Caldwell (email@example.com).