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.
Listen as a panel of faculty and staff talk to undergraduate students about research opportunities
Two undergraduates from Earth and Atmospheric Sciences were elected to Phi Beta Kappa this year.
EAS post-doc Silvia Pineda Munoz won a prestigiou Smithsonian Research Award for her collaborative paper in Science
New EONS podcast, "The Rise and Fall of the Tallest Mammal to Walk the Earth."
EAS Faculty Jess Miller-Camp has a review in the November 6 2020 Issue of Science
A giant round of applause for all of the EAS volunteers who helped make this year’s IU Science Fest a huge success!
Doug Edmonds' group had a paper in Nature Communications this week providing the most accurate numbers to date of the number of people who are at risk from coastal flooding.
Christina Friberg, a postdoc in our department working with Ed Herrmann, has published a book based on her dissertation titled "The Making of Mississippian Tradition."
The Environmental Resilience Institute’s “Educating for Environmental Change” program won the IDEM Governor’s Award for Environmental Education/Outreach.
Six EAS Faculty members received grants this summer to work on some substantial research projects.
Faye Liu is featured as one of the College's "20 under 40" young alumni.
Dr. Paul Staten, Assistant Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at IU, described the Saharan dust storm for the Bloomington Herald-Times: "Some people are calling it godzilla."
EAS Professor Emeritus Lisa Pratt, the NASA Planetary Protection Officer, is preparing for the Mars Sample Return mission on July 22nd.
Food for Thought: A presentation and Q&A with Michael Hamburger
EAS Professor Michael Hamburger just completed a project with the US Embassy in Mexico City—a student-based research and engagement project as part of his E490 “Environmental and Energy Diplomacy” course.
Two faculty in our department received Trustees Teaching Awards this year: Erika Elswick and Michael Hamburger.
Your are invited to the first ever EAS virtual awards and graduation ceremony.
Prof. Chen Zhu has been chosen as the Darcy Lecturer for 2021 by the Groundwater Foundation.
Danielle Peltier was awarded a prestigious McCormick Science Grant from the College of Arts and Sciences for her proposal.
Notes from the Provost, EAS Chair, and students offer encouragement and thanks to the EAS community.
Quoting the Indy Star: Op-ed: Coronavirus offers a lesson on Earth Day: 'We share this fragile planet'
Quoting Science Node: Much of what you think you know about droughts is probably wrong.
A new study co-authored by Environmental Resilience Institute Fellows Tara Smiley and Pascal Title highlights some of the regional climatic and land use challenges facing animals and ecosystems in North America.
Instead of dwelling on the fact that their research is temporarily paused, some IU faculty and students have turned the opportunity into a way to help others by donating essential supplies to a local hospital system. The university recently donated 100,000 N95 personal protective masks to IU Health. Other departments and labs are stepping up as well.
Alum Chris Maples will be the next president of the Geological Society of America Foundation.