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About Us                                                                           Homecoming 2014


The Department of Geological Sciences at The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) invites applications and nominations for the position of Chair, Department of Geological Sciences. The Chair will join a growing, research-intensive department that is housed within a national research university. We are looking for an individual who can support our continued expansion, build on our strengths, and lead the development and implementation of new opportunities at this exciting time in our institution's history.  Read the full advertisement.

Additionally, the College of Science at UTEP invites applications for the position Associate Dean for Research.  Check out our advertisement at Science Careers.

 


Degree Programs


The Department of Geological Sciences offers degree programs in both Geological Sciences and Environmental Sciences in conjunction with faculty from the Biological Science and Chemistry departments. 

Undergraduate Geoscience contact Joel Gilbert --- Undergraduate Environmental Science contact Lina Hamdan

Graduate contact Adriana E. Perez  

 

Geological Sciences Program

Bachelor of Science (B.S) in Geological Sciences with concentration in

     Geoscience

     Secondary Education

Master's Degree

     Master's of Science (M.S.) in Geological Sciences

     Master's of Science (M.S.) in Geophysics

Doctorate

     Ph.D. in Geological Sciences

Environmental Sciences Program

Bachelor of Science (B.S) in Environmental Sciences with concentration in

     Biology

     Chemistry

     Geoscience

     Hydroscience

     Secondary Education

Master's Degree

     Master's of Science  (M.S.) in Environmental Science

 



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serpa

Welcome to the Department of Geological Sciences.  There are a lot of exciting things happening right now that make this a great place to work, study, and conduct research.  Our department continues to grow!  This January Drs. Benjamin Brunner and Gail Arnold joined our faculty.  Dr. Brunner brings his enthusiasm for research and teaching subjects in geobiology and light stable isotope geochemistry.  Dr. Arnold will expand her interests in low-temperature metal isotope geochemistry into the realm of ore-realted processes, as well as open up a new series of classes in scientific communication. Recently, Dr. Deana Pennington who specializes in geospatial, integrated modeling and analysis of change in human/environmental systems also joined our team. In January 2015, Dr. Marianne Karplus will join us as a new Assistant Professor in Geophysics.

Our Environmental Science program continues to succeed, adding students and expanding student research endeavors.  Our students in Geology and Geophysics continue to do great work, taking advantage of some outstanding summer field work opportunities. I think this is a great place to study geoscience and it is a great time to be part of our department.  I look forward to our continued growth and success well into the future.

Dr. Laura Serpa

Geological Sciences