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Large tabular iceberg, Antarctica

Traveling through Iceberg Alley

Associate Dean Dr. Stefanie Brachfeld is conducting research in the Antarctic on the Joides Resolution.

Norman architecture in Sicily

Professor Receives NEH Support for Ongoing Norman Sicily Project

Digital database documents historical Sicilian monuments

Cover of Environmental Engineer & Scientist magazine

Professor receives 2019 AAEES Superior Achievement Award

Dr. Yang Deng received the award for his project studying emergency water treatment with ferrate(VI) in response to natural disasters.

Joides Resolution docked

Next Stop Antarctica

Professor embarks on historic scientific expedition to Antarctica’s Amundsen Sea West Antarctic Ice Sheet

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NJWEA Scholarship Awards

The New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA) accepts applications until March 1, 2019.

Gowanus Canal infographic

Professor interviewed about Superfund site around the Gowanus Canal

Dr. Jessica Miller provides insight regarding the land around the canal which is included by the EPA on its National Priorities List as of 2010.

Environmental Management PhD student Junkui Cui

PhD student receives prestigious award from the American Water Works Association

Junkui Cui, working with Dr. Yang Deng, was awarded the Tracey G. Liberi Drinking Water Careers Scholarship for his work with ferrate(VI).

Dr. Yang Deng and students in lab

Professor Receives CAPEES/Nanova Frontier Research Award

Dr. Yang Deng, Earth and Environmental Studies, received the honor from the Association of Chinese-American Professors in Environmental Engineering and Science (CAPEES).

field geology in Grand Teton

New Minor in Sustainability Science for Fall 2018

This flexible minor allows students in any major on campus to expand their education and make their resume stand out to potential employers.

JOIDES Resolution School of Rock 2018 location

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.

field geology class at Beartooth Pass

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.