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news & events at CCNY EAS

Structure Class field trip to the Hudson Valley Fold Thrust belt

Structure Class field trip to the Hudson Valley Fold Thrust belt

EAS grad students participated in the Structure class field trip with Professor Kidder to the Hudson Valley Fold Thrust belt. Students mapped folds, faults, the Taconic unconformity, and successfully weathered a surprise thunder storm.

Students Explore Central Atlantic Magmatic Province

Students Explore Central Atlantic Magmatic Province

Last month, EAS graduate students Ari Koeppel and Andres Hernandez joined EAS Prof. Ben Black and students and faculty from Queens College, Columbia University, the American Museum of Natural History, and the University of Oregon on a field trip to explore the geology of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province. This 200 million year old volcanic [...]

EAS Congratulates Dr. Maria Tzortziou!

EAS Congratulates Dr. Maria Tzortziou!

Dr. Tzortziou, in a collaborative proposal with Rhode Island to NSF, has been awarded a $3 million grant to conduct a ground-breaking research and education expedition into the Canadian Arctic’s Northwest Passage, on the SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, the first full-rigged sailing ship to enter the Northwest Passage in more than a century Three undergraduate [...]

CCNY EAS— a vibrant scientific community

I can’t think of another place in the world that offers more opportunities for scientific collaboration than New York City.

Tony Liss, Dean of Sciences

Career Opportunities
During & after CCNY EAS

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 after the Masters’ Program

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