Posted March 22, 2022
Missouri’s only dinosaur locality, located in the southeastern part of the state in Bollinger County, was discovered by chance in 1940 on the property of the Chronister family
Posted March 17, 2022
Peter Kang's research group combines various cutting-edge research tools to advance our fundamental understanding of transport processes in porous and fractured media.
Posted February 15, 2022
Earth & Environmental Sciences Grad Students Maya Gilchrist and Clementine Hamelin have been awarded Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards from the National Association of Geoscience Teachers.
Posted December 16, 2021
ESCI 2001 Earth System Science (lecture with lab, 4 credits) and ESCI 2101 Earth System Science (lecture only, 3 credits) now also satisfy Liberal Education Requirements for graduation!
Posted December 10, 2021
Four ESCI students have submitted virtual presentations as part of this semester's Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Posted November 16, 2021
Earth & Environmental Sciences' Zhao Zhu, and Dr. Max Bezada, along with additional co-authors Joseph S. Byrnes, and Heather A. Ford publish a paper in Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems.