Want to know what's going on in the department?
- Get involved with the Appalachian Geological and Environmental Science Club (GES Club), or sign up for some of our numerous outreach opportunities.
- For 2022, we have started pre-seminar meetups in the URL (RSW 021) at 3 pm on Fridays so new students can meet each other before seminar.
Be sure to always keep up to date with the weekly GES newsletter (below) for events, opportunities, internships, news, and anything else you may need to be successful in the department.
You must be logged in with your @appstate.edu email account to view the GES newsletter. This newsletter will be updated at the beginning of each month during the academic year, with additional newsletters coming out if there are particularly newsworthy things to tell you all about.
From App State to Asheboro, Geobago brings hands-on education to K–12 students across North Carolina
BOONE, N.C. — This fall, Appalachian State University has once again rolled out its Geobago recreational vehicle to bring hands-on science...
Environmental Science Program Director Robert Swarthout part of team that receives $531,902 NSF Grant
Environmental Sciences Program Director Bob Swarthout and professors from the Department of Physics and Astronomy have been awarded a three-year grant...
BOONE, N.C. — A group of faculty members from the Appalachian State University College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a three-year grant from...
Congratulations to Dr Sarah Evans, who recently won the prestigious NSF CAREER award, making her the third professor in App State's history to do...
Marta Toran's SAFE grant, “An Undergraduate Outreach Experience: Bilingual Environmental Science Enrichment Program for Elementary Students,” is s...
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