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Earth and Environmental Sciences: More than just rocks.

The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers students a wide variety of potential job opportunities.

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Rast Holbrook Seminar

"Nanotechnology at the food, energy and water nexus"

Date: 
Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 3:30pm
Location: 
102 MMRB
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Résumé Builder: Madison Hood

Incoming freshman Madison Hood already has an impressive jumpstart on research thanks to UK's partnership with Dunbar High School.

Geological Survey Preparing Two New Networks to Monitor Small Earthquakes and Groundwater Levels

The Kentucky Geological Survey (KGS) at the University of Kentucky is working to install two new networks across the state to gather important data on low-level seismicity and the state’s groundwater levels.

From Mountains to Sea and All Points In-Between: Undergraduate Research in EES

With the generous support of alumni EES has recently awarded the first round of the Alumni Undergraduate Research Fellowships.

First Annual UK Postdoctoral Symposium

They conduct lab research and teach classes, but they are neither faculty nor graduate students. Postdoctoral scholars, or postdocs, serve an important role at UK, a research institution. However, they are scattered across various departments and have not always had an opportunity to meet and share their work.

Moecher Named Earth and Environmental Sciences Endowed Alumni Professor

Dave Moecher, professor and chair of the University of Kentucky Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, has been named the Earth and Environmental Sciences Endowed Alumni Professor.

STEMCats End Spring Semester Strong with Research

In the fall of 2014, a group of 235 incoming students became the first class of STEMCats at the University of Kentucky. This week, they are not only wrapping up their first year at UK

As Oso Disaster Anniversary Nears, Kentucky Geologists Urge Preparation for Landslides

As the anniversary of the most fatal landslide in the history of the continental United States approaches, we are reminded of the importance of evaluating geologic hazards and communicating that information to communities that may be at risk.

Dave Moecher Receives NSF Grant to Understand Magma Formation in Earth's Crust

The grant, a collaborative effort with Scott Samson and students at Syracuse University, will support two years of research from a UK graduate student, undergraduate student and at least one Lexington high school student, who will each work on a different component of the research.

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