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  • Earth and Environmental Sciences
    the book Landesque Capital The Historical Ecology of Enduring Landscape Transformations Lafferty Hall Rm 213 4 15pm Dr N Thomas Hakansson News 08 26 14 Chellgren Center Honors 43 New Fellows Students from a variety of departments in the College of Arts Sciences were recently named Chellgren Fellows 07 15 14 Kentucky China Collaborate on Large Scale Carbon Capture Project UK has entered into an agreement with a major Chinese petrochemical conglomerate to develop technologies to capture utilize and store 1 million tons of carbon dioxide per year 07 11 14 Foundation For Success EES Graduate Students In the field of geology the University of Kentucky is not traditionally known as a petroleum school But through participation in the Imperial Barrel Award a team of graduate students in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences not only gained invaluable insight into the oil industry but elevated UK s standing as a geoscience program 06 03 14 UK Awarded 1 9 Million to Improve Retention of STEM Majors Howard Hughes Medical Institute funds five year project to promote student achievement in science technology engineering and mathematics in collaboration with BCTC 04 24 14 Distinguished Professor to Speak on Energy Policy and Saving the World Join Professor Frank Ettensohn tonight at 7 p m in W T Young Library for Saving the World Reflections on the U S Government Energy Security EES Informational Video News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology

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  • Earth and Environmental Sciences
    Rick Bowersox Sedimentary Geology Earth Environmental Sciences Corey Burkett Earth Environmental Sciences M S Candidate Graduate Teaching Assistant corey burkett uky edu 309 Slone Research Building 304 433 1066 Kade Carlson Earth Environmental Sciences M S Candidate Marta Clepper Earth Environmental Sciences Lecturer mlclep2 uky edu 316 Slone Building 859 257 6931 James C Cobb Earth Environmental Sciences cobb uky edu Marie Earth Environmental Sciences Staff geologist at NAEVA 03 09 2013 8 16 2013 Staff geologist at Cardno ATC 8 19 2014 8 8 2014 Office Hours Monday 2 3 Wednesday 11 1 mco265 g uky edu 309 Slone Matt Crawford Earth Environmental Sciences Geological Society of America mcrawford uky edu KGS 228 Mining Mineral Resources Building Rm 247C 323 0510 Ben Currens Earth Environmental Sciences Teaching Assistant ben currens uky edu 112 Slone Research Building 6072299672 James S Dinger Earth Environmental Sciences dinger uky edu Kentucky Geological Survey 302 Mining and Mineral Resources Bldg University of Kentucky Lexington KY 40506 0107 859 323 0523 Melissa Ditty Earth Environmental Sciences Teaching Assistant m ditty25 uky edu 305A Slone Research Building James A Drahovzal Earth Environmental Sciences jadrah0 uky edu Kentucky Geological Survey 344 Mining and Mineral Resources Bldg University of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky 40506 0107 Cortland F Eble Earth Environmental Sciences Sedimentary Geology eble uky edu Kentucky Geological Survey 247D Mining and Mineral Resources Bldg University of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky 40506 0107 859 323 0540 Jeremy Eddy Geological Society of America Earth Environmental Sciences T R 11 30 12 30 Frank R Ettensohn Earth Environmental Sciences Sedimentary Geology Professor Jefferson Science Fellow f ettensohn uky edu 314A Slone Research Building 859 257 1401 Anne Fendick Earth Environmental Sciences Teaching Assistant Office Hours MW 10 30 11 30 Pages 1 2 3 4 next last News Calendar Dean s Blog

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  • User account | Earth and Environmental Sciences
    of Conduct STEMCats Living Learning Programs Graduates Admission Assistantship and Fellowships Forms and Information Graduate Courses Research Support for Current Students Research Clusters Research Facilities EES Alumni Friends EES Alumni Success Stories Field Camp Reunion A S Alumni Friends Share this page User account Connect User Controls Add extra section page Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your Earth and Environmental Sciences username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username This login is SSL protected News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages Literatures Cultures Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Russian Studies Social Theory Sociology Statistics

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  • New Tenure Track Faculty Position | Earth and Environmental Sciences
    Ph D is required post doctoral and or industry experience is essential The research specialty for this position will focus on basin analysis and petroleum exploration Expertise in one or more of the following will be deemed highly desirable subsurface mapping formation evaluation exploration seismology reservoir characterization geological modelling seismic stratigraphy and or structural geology Candidates who emphasize computational methods and actively integrate seismic reflection and well log data into research and teaching will be given preference We welcome applications from scientists that possess a record of publication in high quality peer reviewed journals and who have developed or show the potential for developing a nationally recognized research program A record of or a demonstrable capacity for collaborating with partners in the energy industry is critical to the mission of this position The successful candidate will have the ability to mentor graduate and undergraduate students and must be committed to field and classroom based instruction at both the undergraduate and graduate levels The department maintains well equipped stratigraphy sedimentology radiochemistry near surface geophysics stable isotope geochemistry electron microprobe and detrital provenance laboratories The KGS housed on the UK campus maintains an active petroleum research program complete with a visualization laboratory and core repository as well as facilities for XRD XRF organic geochemistry and organic petrography Interested applicants should submit a merged PDF to the Petroleum Search Committee c o Ms Adrianne Gilley Adrianne gilley uky edu The document should include a cover letter curriculum vitae brief statements of research and teaching interests copies of relevant research publications and contact information for at least three references We will begin review of applications on September 1 2014 applications will be accepted until the position is filled The University of Kentucky is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity university that values diversity and is

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  • Earth & Environmental Sciences | Earth and Environmental Sciences
    s Message Where Can EES Take Me Seminar Schedule Department Awards 2013 University of Kentucky Summer Geology Field Camp Geology Field Camp Through the Decades Lexington EES Courses EES Student Success Stories New Tenure Track Faculty Position Scholarship Application Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences University of Kentucky Founded in 1892 the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers the B S B A M S and Ph D degrees in geology a minor in geology and administers a topical major B S in Environmental Sciences The Department currently includes 8 regular faculty members three lecturers and 12 other faculty who hold adjunct appointments We currently have approximately 45 graduate students and 55 undergraduates enrolled in our program Go to Earth and Environmental Science homepage Mission Vision News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology

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  • Mission & Vision | Earth and Environmental Sciences
    University of Kentucky Summer Geology Field Camp Geology Field Camp Through the Decades Lexington EES Courses EES Student Success Stories New Tenure Track Faculty Position Scholarship Application Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences University of Kentucky Mission The mission of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences is to contribute quality instruction and scientific expertise in the geosciences both now and for the future to meeting global challenges in supplies of natural resources mitigation of natural hazards protection of the environment and public awareness of science Vision Department programs will provide significant contributions to the UK s goal of achieving Top 20 Public Research University status through innovative and transformative research in earth and environmental sciences excellent education for future geoscientists and for the general public service to humanity through expansion and dissemination of geoscience knowledge Earth Environmental Sciences up Chair s Message News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth

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  • Chair’s Message | Earth and Environmental Sciences
    are hydrogeologists Alan measures the concentration of microbial contaminants in groundwater to predict the source and ultimate fate of those contaminants Audrey performs field studies that help us understand the relation of groundwater to surfacewater Professor Frank Ettensohn is among other things a paleoecologist using modern patterns of organismal behavior in relation to their environment to interpret the fossil record So you get the idea match any basic science with the earth and you will find geoscientists doing research in that interdisciplinary field What these specialities all have in common is that the Earth and its environments are the natural laboratory in which these studies are performed We don t all work with rocks per se but the lithosphere which includes rocks soils water and the organisms growing within it is such a complex interwoven system that we need to have a very broad spatial and temporal perspective for addressing earth and environmental processes It s this perspective that makes geoscientists unique among the scientific disciplines Our department mission is to provide a modern geoscience education to undergraduate students that positions them for a career or advanced study and to train graduate students to be objective independent scientists We need to provide students with the basic knowledge to explore and develop the resources needed for a modern society and yet do that in an environmentally sustainable manner So it s not a question of which is more important the Earth OR the environment it s the Earth AND the environment that are important In our role as geoscientists whichever type we are individually SOMEONE has to make the basic measurements collect the data and make scientifically defendable predictions which hopefully contribute to more informed citizens If you are a high school student with a broad interest in the natural sciences

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  • Where Can EES Take Me? | Earth and Environmental Sciences
    travel and have a broad science aptitude then the Geology major is for you Students in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences can earn the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Geology a major in Topical Studies Environmental Sciences a minor in geology and environmental studies and graduate degrees with a Masters of Science in geology and a Doctor of Philosophy in geology Very generally the three levels of degrees which one could work toward Bachelor of Science Arts B S B A Master of Science M S Doctor of Philosophy Ph D allow successively more advanced levels of study and to a certain extent higher rungs up the career ladder The B S or B A would permit you to find entry level often technician type of work in which you would work under the supervision of people with the M S degree The M S is viewed as the professional degree that is one which would ultimately with supervisory responsibilities The Ph D permits one to conduct research either within industry or at the University level Keep in mind that career advancement opportunities vary and that one s personal goals ambition discipline and conscientiousness may often take one further in a career than simply which degree you hold What skills does studying geology develop problem solving critical and analytical thinking utilize computer techniques to solve problems collaboration with other geologists and scholars construct and manage various numerical oral graphical or textual information present insights and information in writing and speaking synthesize the entire range of sciences chemistry physics biology and mathematics in creatively solving geoscience problems Undergraduate education requirements B A B S Graduate education requirements Career Outlook for Geoscientists American Geological Institute Geoscience Enrollment Trends U S Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Prospects for Geoscientists Career Opportunities The Bachelor of Science program is designed for students who plan a career as a professional geologist or who plan to pursue a post graduate education The Bachelor of Arts program is designed for students planning a career in government policy relating to earth science and environmental issues earth science education business environmental consulting environmental law or environmental medicine You will find geology majors using their knowledge and skills in a wide variety of occupational opportunities such as petroleum geologist hydrogeologist engineering geologist environmental geologist geophysicist economic geologist geomorphologist paleoclimatologist volcanologist seismologist geochemist glaciologist mineralogist sedimentologist cartographer paleontologist petrologist stratigrapher planetary geologist land use technician surveyor government consulting firms museums The M S and Ph D are achieved by attending graduate school However unlike other professional schools dentistry law medicine pharmacy graduate students in earth sciences get paid to go to graduate school Graduate students are supported as teaching and research assistants TAs and RAs You graduate with an advanced degree have essentially no debt and even have multiple job offers Our graduates work in the public state government U S Environmental Protection Agency Kentucky Geological Survey U S Army Corps of Engineers

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