The AIPG Student Geology Chapter has been named Student Chapter of the Year for 2014-2015. The chapter earned the award by working hard to engage both students and faculty of Florida State University's Geology area in the hopes that it would foster connections for students to grow in their profession.
The Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science regrets that we no longer offer the Certificate in Oceanography as described in the current FSU Graduate Bulletin. If you have questions about this program, please contact Michaela Lupiani (firstname.lastname@example.org)
NOTE: FSU is represented on this research expedition by Prof. William M. Landing (EOAS), postdoctoral scientist Dr. Neil Wyatt (EOAS) and assistant scholar scientist Dr. Peter L. Morton (NHMFL). Dr. Landing is the co-chief scientist on the expedition.
The Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS; http://coaps.fsu.edu/ ) has an opening starting in September 2015 for an undergraduate meteorological research assistant. Duties include analysis of tropical wind products, processing and analysis of in-situ and remotely sensed data, and directed research in marine meteorology/climatology. The position will support ongoing activities of the Marine Data Center at COAPS.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Waste Management is seeking graduate or undergraduate geology students to work as interns and provide assistance to the CERCLA Site Screening program. The individuals will gain an introduction to site screening assessments of hazardous waste sites and to the Hazardous Ranking System.
This memo from Dr. Nancy Marcus, Dean, The Graduate School, highlights key policies and procedures that are relevant to graduate education at FSU. If you are a graduate student, please familiarize yourself with these policies and procedures.
The American Association of State Climatologists has created a set of data and tools available to the public in an ongoing effort to document the online climate-related services provided by AASC members. The services provided by the state climate offices are the primary focus, but online climate tools offered by other membership and partners (including the regional climate centers, NCDC, and other NOAA agencies) that are of interest to the public are also included.
A link to this data set will be included under the Resources tab on the EOAS website.