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Earth and Environmental Science major joins JOIDES School of Rock 2018

Michael Murphy was accepted and attended this year’s expedition exploring New Zealand learning about the pacific rim, learning about local geology in Auckland, and working with scientists studying ocean cores.

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Field Geology Class Travels Across the Country

Students taking the EAES 404 course in the summer get a special experience, splitting time between the NJSOC, Montana, and Wyoming.

EP3 Team at Booth

EPA Awards $75,000 Grant to Montclair State University for Innovative Stormwater Management Project

A team of students led by Dr. Yang Deng, Earth and Environmental Studies, received the funding for their project: Toward Sustainable Urban Stormwater Management with New, Green, Low-Cost Sorbent-Coated Wood Mulch.

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Environmental Management Students Receive PhDs at Graduate Commencement

Drs. Pralhad Burli and Garrett Nieddu completed the program and received their degrees at the Spring 2018 Graduate Commencement ceremony.

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Earth and Environmental Science alum wins National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Christina Verhagen, BS-EAES 2017, and current PhD student at Rutgers University is one of 2000 students nationwide to win a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF-GRF).

Garrett Nieddu and graph of data from research

Outbreak and Extinction Dynamics in Stochastic Populations

Garrett Nieddu successfully defended his thesis for his PhD in Environmental Management.

Geography Alum, Danielle Prioleau, featured in A Day in the Life segment at her internship with Emergency Management in NYC

Danielle, who graduated with a degree in geography in 2010, talks about her less than normal road to where she is, and the significance of Black History Month.

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Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Dynamic Urban Environmental Systems and Sustainability (DUESS)

The REU Site at Rutgers University-Newark takes advantage of a vigorous multidisciplinary effort that involves near surface geophysics, urban geochemistry and urban ecology in northern New Jersey and especially, the New Jersey Meadowlands.

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Geopath Field Camp with Rutgers and Temple University

Participate in a geophysics field camp at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory in Pennsylvania for freshmen or sophomore students interested in the geosciences.

MSU Group at AGU Conference

EAES department well represented at annual AGU conference

The American Geophysical Union held it’s conference in New Orleans Louisiana where multiple faculty and students attended and presented.

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Geophysics and Computational Machine Learning Postdoc in Los Alamos, New Mexico

Develop novel computational techniques based on machine learning methods, and apply them to geophysical dataset for subsurface characterization and monitoring.

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Rochester Institute of Technology offers research opportunity in Computational Sensing