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  • Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences | Iowa State University
    address these and related issues are in high demand A degree in geology or meteorology opens the door to career opportunities that involve innovative technologies outdoor adventures and world travel work that helps sustain society and protect the planet Please explore our web site to learn more about us Quality Teaching Student Life News Events Research Our department is committed to providing a stimulating and supportive learning environment for students Since 2000 eight of our faculty have been recognized one or more times with college or university wide teaching awards Our Earth Wind and Fire Learning Community helps students build strong connections with their peers as do our active student clubs Our American Meteorological Society student chapter was recently named the top such student group in the nation for the second year in a row and three out of the last four years Our summer geology field camp in northwestern Wyoming has a long and outstanding tradition of experiential learning Dr Peter Clift to speak Monday November 18 Dr Bill Gallus to hold University Lecture at Memorial Union Monday November 18 Dr John Geissman to speak Tuesday November 12 Department faculty members maintain well funded research programs in several focus

    Original URL path: http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/ (2013-12-10)
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  • Graduate Studies | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    a capacity for critical and independent thought and an ability to communicate their research effectively Earning a graduate degree enriches students widens their career opportunities and significantly increases their lifetime earning potential read what some alumni have to say M S and Ph D degrees are offered in earth science geology and meteorology and the department also participates in the interdepartmental major in Environmental Science Every effort is made to

    Original URL path: http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/graduate-studies/ (2013-12-10)
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  • People | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    People Faculty Igor Beresnev Beth Caissie Cinzia Cervato Mike T C Chen Jane Pedrick Dawson David Flory Kristie Franz William Gallus William Gutowski Chris Harding Franciszek Hasiuk Neal Iverson Carl Jacobson William Simpkins Paul Spry Alan Wanamaker Xiaoqing Wu Staff Postdocs Graduate Students People Faculty Staff Postdocs Grad Students Contact DeAnn Frisk Department of Geological Atmospheric Sciences 253 Science I Ames IA 50011 3212 tel 515 294 4477 fax 515

    Original URL path: http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/people/ (2013-12-10)
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  • Research | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    Research Resources About Us Contact Research Mesoscale Microscale Meteorology Solid Earth Processes Hydrological Sciences Climate and Quaternary Research Stable Isotope Lab Geoscience Education Research Faculty members in the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences maintain active and well funded research

    Original URL path: http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/research/ (2013-12-10)
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  • Resources | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    Resources The Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences is happy to provide students with the resources needed to further their educations and careers Navigate the menu on the left to learn more about careers in geology and meteorology external funding sources and other useful information If you would like to meet with a faculty member to discuss becoming a geology Earth science or meteorology major please contact Jane Dawson geology

    Original URL path: http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/resources/ (2013-12-10)
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  • About Us | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    is housed in Science Hall and Agronomy Hall on the north side of the ISU campus map Teaching Our goal is to prepare undergraduates and graduate students for careers as professional geoscientists through access to world class faculty and facilities Courses are aimed at providing a learning environment that is challenging supportive and experiential with hands on student projects that make use of field and laboratory research facilities Departmental faculty members have been awarded a total of 10 college and university teaching awards since 2000 The Carl F Vondra Field Station the basecamp for a six week summer field course in northwest Wyoming both provides unparalleled learning opportunities for geology and earth science majors and serves as a focal point for an extremely active and generous group of geology alumni Students emerge from our meteorology and geology programs equipped with the tools and expertise to contribute to their professions and society Research Research activity of the faculty spans the physical and chemical processes that control weather climate and evolution of Earth s lithosphere and hydrosphere Major focus areas of this research are societal challenges involving climate change and water resources that lie at the intersection of our geology and meteorology

    Original URL path: http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/about-us/ (2013-12-10)
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  • Contact Us | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    Us Governance Department History Alumni Meet Our Alumni Alumni reflections GE AT Distinguished Alumni 150 Fascinating People of LAS Awards Contact Us Contact Us Got a question or comment Contact us at 515 294 4477 geology geology iastate edu Meteorology Undergrad Program Phone 515 294 3846 Meteorology Graduate Program Phone 515 294 1361 Neal Iverson Chair Department of Geological Atmospheric Sciences 253 Science I Ames Iowa 50011 3212 Phone 515

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  • Career Information | Department of Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
    to 2020 faster than average for all occupations Over the same time period 145 000 202 000 unfilled geoscience jobs expected are nationally based on anticipated job growth and current graduation rates Employment of atmospheric scientists including meteorologists is expected to increase by 11 More information about salaries and job outlook can be found at the following links AGI Competitive Median Salaries Across Industry Sectors AGI 2011 Median Salaries for

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