The Department of Earth System Science and Policy at the University of North
Dakota is accepting applications for prospective students seeking a Master of
Science (M.S.), Master of Environmental Management (M.E.M.), or a Ph.D. Degree.
Earth System Science and Policy at the University of North Dakota is an
interdisciplinary department which focuses on the sustainability of
environmental-human interactions within the greater context of the Earth
System. The primary areas of faculty mentored research includes: glaciology
and glacio-hydrology, agro-ecology, renewable energy, geomorphology, public
policy, environmental economics, Earth systems modeling, and geospatial
analysis. These topics can be tailored to fit graduate student research
interests and the possibility of tuition waiver is available. Students from a
wide range of fields are encouraged to apply, such as Biology, Climatology,
Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, and Hydrology, as well as Economics,
Policy, and Political Science.
For prospective students interested in applying, please contact Dr. Jeff
VanLooy (Graduate Director) of the Department of Earth System Science and
Policy at the University of North Dakota at (701) 777-4755, or by e-mail:
jvanl...@aero.und.edu<mailto:jvanl...@aero.und.edu>. Please see the UND
Graduate School website (www.und.edu/dept/grad/<http://www.und.edu/dept/grad/>)
for application instructions. Recommended deadline for application is June 1st
however, early applications will receive top priority for admission and
possible tuition waiver.
For more information, see the following websites:
The University of North Dakota: www.und.edu<http://www.und.edu>
The UND Graduate School: http://www.und.edu/dept/grad/
UND Earth System Science and Policy: http://essp.und.edu/
Grand Forks Visitors Bureau: http://www.visitgrandforks.com/main.php
Jeff VanLooy, Ph.D.
Department of Earth System Science and Policy
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, ND 58202