Information for Current Students
Graduate students can take classes in field courses such as this one, where a tall ship was used as the platform to teach chemical and physical oceanography.
Ultimately the goal of graduate study in the Department of Geophysical Sciences is to get one of these.
Welcome! This page is a work in progress, your comments are crucial in creating a useful repository of information.
Reflecting the Faculty's diverse interests, no two graduate students are working on the same problem. That said, we managed to compile some information that pertains to all of students! The links in the tab to the left contain information for currents students ranging from describing DoGS lunch and Liquidus, to interesting local geology, to current students' favorite Hyde Park "hot-spots".
For further information contact one of the faculty members listed below, or ask a fellow student.
- Undergraduate Advisor: Lawrence Grossman
- Graduate Advisors: David Jablonski, John Frederick, and Frank Richter
- Student Issues Committee: Michael Foote (chair), Pam Martin, David Rowley