Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences
You’ll have the opportunity to discover your world from a variety of perspectives—whether it’s using geographic information systems to map Marquette County, observing weather and climate on the shore of Lake Superior, practicing sustainable agriculture or experiencing the landscapes of Scotland, Brazil or Poland in faculty-led study abroad classes. Dani Molenaar is one of the many students who have been able to apply their classroom knowledge to the different environments around Marquette County.
The fifth annual Anderton's Earth Week was April 15–19, 2019. Students in NMU's Eta Chi chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon International Geographical Honors Society compiled a list of myriad events that were free and open to the public. A detailed description of each event is listed here.
Join the NMU Hoop House Student Organization and grow food locally!
The potential job growth of most EEGS disciplines exceeds national averages. These include a projected 10 to 20 percent increase in the need for geographic information systems professionals. For more information visit bls.gov/ooh.
Click here for details on a field assistant position to help study how canopy gaps, deer, and earthworms interact to affect the dynamics of maples forests in northern Wisconsin. The position starts in late July for one month.
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If you have college credit and want to find out what will transfer to NMU, please visit www.nmu.edu/transfercredit