Earth and Environmental Sciences students will find excellent opportunities to explore contemporary environmental issues and participate in scientific research with departmental faculty; whether in excellent facilities or in the current Gulf Coast environmental field laboratories.
The Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences is pleased to announce the names of those students who completed all degree requirements during the 2016-17 academic year, thus earning their UWF degrees as noted below.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
Austin Adkison - Kirsten Ayres - Steven Brighton - Rachael Greller - Jennifer Guilmette - Melanie Jenkins - Brendan Kelly - Shane Langseth - Haley Matherly - Sarah Mosley - Matthew Posner - Joshua Richards - Adam Roberts - Carla Robles - Mitchell Sangprawej - Faith Scafe - Elizabeth Seavoy - Elizabeth Evans - Julia Huyett - Sabrina Straus - Jenna Throckmorton - Jeshua Yancey
Bachelor of Science in Oceanography
Alexis Figueroa - Karly Harding - Michael Housh - Ashlee Parr - Theresa Daniels - Sara Maehr
Master of Science in Environmental Science
Michael Fazio - Garett Griffin - Nathan McKinney - Ryan Parson - Taylor Seamon - Talia Smith - Peter Tereszkiewicz
Master of Science in GIS Administration
Ray Eslinger - Stuart Fricke
The Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) that promotes intensive research in the college’s STEM fields. This program provides a summer stipend that funds students to spend ~20 hours per week on a research project under faculty mentorship.
Several students from the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences have participated and conducted research within this program. Several of those students have gone on to present their research at several conferences within the US, and have been awarded graduate assistantships and positions for Master’s programs around the country.
2016 EES SURP Participants (mentor)
Edward Stamborski (Liebens)
Shawnee Doling-Tye (Schwartz)
Tyler Mitchell (Ortegren)
Tynon Briggs (Schmutz)
2017 EES SURP Participants (mentor)
Michael Hopko (Liebens)
Amber Huggins (Schmutz/Schwartz)
Ridley Lancaster (Hu/Morgan)
Lexi Nelson (Schmutz)
Son Truong (Schwartz)
Jared White (Ortegren)
Congratulations to our students for their exceptional work last summer. While the application process for SURP 2017 has closed, be on the lookout for more information regarding SURP 2018! For more information, please contact EES faculty or email the Office of Undergraduate Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.