Please join us on Wednesday 4/20 IU DAY!
EAS Associate Professor Paul Staten is featured in a WPTA Fort Wayne news segment about climate change.
EAS faculty Cody Kirkpatrick and Jackson Njau will receive Trustees Teaching Awards this year
Anne Kort wins McCormick Science Grant
Dr. Juergen Schieber has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for 2022-23
Simon Brassell has been elected as a Fellow of the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry.
A hearty congratulations to David Polly for his recent election as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
EAS Boyce Professor Doug Edmonds and colleagues recently published a paper on what North America looked like before the ice sheets took over.
Dr. David Polly was awarded the prestigious Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Screwball Trophy.
New paper co-authored by EAS Professor Travis O'Brien looks at flooding in eastern Australia.
The Marilyn and Sturges W. Bailey Award is the highest honor of The Clay Minerals Society (CMS), and is awarded solely for scientific eminence in clay mineralogy.
Dr. Shelby Rader has accepted our offer of an assistant professorship in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Professor Simon Brassell has been elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU).
EAS Professor Travis O'Brien is working on a DOE-funded project studying how global climate change affects water resources.
EAS Professor Michael Hamburger will moderate a Themester webinar on Haiti's resilience.
There was a major (M7.2) earthquake in Haiti this morning, striking a populated area in the southwest of the country.
The Indiana University seismograph station BLO recorded a major (Magnitude 8.2) earthquake in Alaska during the early morning hours of July 29.
Quoting Ben Kravitz's opinion in The Hill: Climate engineering research is essential to a just transition and sustainable future
IU Diplomacy Lab students and faculty from IU Bloomington briefed embassy officials via videoconference at the end of the spring semester.
Intense rainfall and flooding occurred in Bloomington, IN overnight on June 18 -19, 2021. The event was caused by a massive complex of thunderstorms that parked over the Bloomington, IN area for over 8 hours.
We just had a minor earthquake in west-central Indiana, near the town of Montezuma. The event was nicely recorded on our IU seismograph station.
Harrison Martin has received a two-year graduate fellowship from the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST) Program.
EAS Professor Michael Hamburger was recently interviewed by Kelley CIBER about Diplomacy Lab.
EAS Assistant Professor Ben Kravitz is on the Reuters Hot List of top climate scientists.
Please join me in congratulating our students Sydni Rockwell and Dylan Seal on their election to Phi Beta Kappa.
Claudia C. Johnson has been selected as IU's next Herman B. Wells Professor
Jeff Valenza has been awarded an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Harrison Martin has been awarded a College of Arts & Sciences Dissertation Fellowship next year
EAS E116 Our Planet and Its Future will be taught in Salerno, Italy in Summer 2022. The application deadline is April 1, 2021.
Dr. Lucy Jones will be our Tudor Memorial Lecture speaker on Monday, February 22nd.
There's an exciting new EOS research spotlight article covering Elizabeth Sherrill's research on predicting the risk of earthquake activity.
Clarke DeLisle, PhD student working in Brian Yanites' geomorphology group, got an Outstanding Student Presentation Award from AGU.
EAS grad student Sarah Burgess and Lee Florea of the IGWS are featured in two podcasts in which they discuss transport of carbon and sulfur in cave systems in Washington, Indiana, and Kentucky.
EAS postdoc Silvia Pineda-Munoz has a first-authored paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the interaction between mammals, climate, and anthropogenic environmental change.