Dear Friends of Geosciences,
As 2017 comes to a close, it’s exciting to reflect on the accomplishments of our students and faculty–and to look ahead to the changes in store for the Department of Geosciences in 2018. First, the year in numbers: our department hosts over 120 majors in the BA/BS degrees with concentrations in… more »
Our beloved (said no one ever) parking garage-turned-GSU’s-first-classroom-building-turned Geosciences headquarters will be demolished, beginning in late 2018. As such, our faculty offices, labs, and classrooms will be moving during 2018.
Indeed, after grades were in this fall semester, faculty members were busy packing up their stuff getting ready to move to our new space!
Our students traveled a lot of miles this year, going out into the field to observe, analyze, and learn about the world. Trips included a Maymester in Costa Rica, summer in Montana, visits to Wormsloe State Historic Site, and, among others, extensive field experiences in the metro-Atlanta area on downtown streets and in the Proctor… more »
Check out this article in GSU Newshub that highlights the work of our department.
Researchers Find Urban Development Dramatically Increases Stream Flow