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SES 12th Annual Research Review is April 10th!

Be sure to get your Abstracts & Art in ASAP!!


The Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC) is comprised of students of the School of Earth Sciences committed to making the school a better environment by providing a forum for student concerns, promoting integration of the disciplines within the school, and developing programs that will benefit the greater Earth Sciences community.
As a committee, GSAC is a conduit between students of the school and the Dean. It provides a forum to keep the Dean
apprised of issues, opportunities and concerns that need to be addressed and to implement solutions to identified problems or concerns. The committee will function as one voice with separate representation from each department and program.
At the department level, GSAC is able to act as liaison to faculty, staff and students to discuss current issues and to encourage interaction among all members of the department. Student representatives from each department (Geological and Environmental Sciences, Geophysics, Environmental Earth System Science and Energy Resources Engineering), the school’s interdisciplinary program (E-IPER) and co-terminal masters program (Earth Systems), are elected each spring for the following academic year. 



Apr 10

SES 12th Annual Research Review

School of Earth Sciences annual conference for all students to, interact, present and share their research.

Location: Red Atrium Y2E2

Abstract submissions due: March 13th.

Upload your abstracts here 

Upload your artwork here

More Information to come!!

May 22

SES Annual Spring Picnic


Ruth Wattis Mitchell Earth Sciences Building

(Hartley Conference Room)

The Annual Picnic is around the corner. Come out to enjoy great food and have a great time interacting with all the folks in Earth Sciences.


Food & Drinks provided by GSAC


Information for Football (Soccer) coming Soon!!!!

Sep 19

SES New Student Overnight Fall 2015

Information to be updated in Spring 2015

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