Department of Earth &
Atmospheric Sciences
Graduate Program


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Congratulations on our new NASA Grant, 2021-2024

The Earth and Atmospheric Science Department would like to acknowledge and congratulate Dr. James Booth receiving the NASA grant. This grant will be good for the next three years from 2021-2024. The purpose of this NASA grant is to: 1) identify the most important...

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...

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...

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.

Provost Tony Liss

Career Opportunities
During & after CCNY EAS


within the CUNY system,
Smithsonian, USGS and more

PhD Studies

continuing your education
 after the Masters’ Program

Industry jobs

around the city and beyond –
national & international opportunities


with NASA,
NSF & more

Read Real Stories

interviews with students about
job experiences