|Graduate Student Philip Martin shows off his homemade ‘shake table’ which simulates earthquake movement.|
On October 11th, the DEEGS hosted its recruiting jam on the Brandt Street plaza outside of the Eagles Landing dorms. DJ Highrise provided music as we spoke to students about both the educational and job opportunities that a DEEGS major would provide. Opportunities within Environmental Science, Geography and Earth Science range from soil and air testing technicians to seismologists and city planners. Within the department, students can learn technical skills such as GIS, statistics and various instrumentation and sampling tools used in environmental sciences. These skills can set you apart from other applicants in today’s competitive job market. Please see any DEEGS faculty member with questions about our major and classes that we offer. Thank you for all that participated.