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The EOAS Spring 2015 Class Schedule is now available.  Spring courses offered in Geology, Meteorology and Oceanography, both undergraduate and graduate, are available in one listing.

Janice Huff with Dr. Jon Ahlquist and EOAS students

Janice Huff, weekday chief meteorologist for NBC 4 New York, is one of New York's most recognized forecasters. She is a meteorology alum and in 2002 was named a “Grad Made Good” by FSU. She stopped by the EOAS weathercasting studio to talk with students and share some advice for those looking to make weathercasting and meteorology their career.

Nick Heath, Ph.D. Candidate

Ph.D. candidate Nick Heath has earned a NASA Fellowship, and along with that, they asked him to write a blog for Earth Science Week. It is meant for a middle school/early high school audience, but we wanted to share it here also.

 

Field Camp 2014

Each year, EOAS alum Bill Maxwell hosts a dinner party for the field camp participants. This year was no exception as good food and good company made for a fun evening. Thanks to Bill for hosting!

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate degrees in geology, meteorology, and environmental science will prepare students for a variety of careers.

Graduate Programs

Graduate Degrees

We offer a wide variety of graduate programs designed to meet the career needs of our students in today’s changing marketplace.

Support EOAS

Help us enhance our program by making a tax-deductible contribution to the Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science. Donations can be made as one-time gifts, as part of a memorial, or in honor of someone; as scholarships; or as an on-going bequest to the department.

Current Weather

Tallahassee, FL
48.0°F
4:53am EDT Sun 26 Oct 2014

Skies: Clear
Humidity: 83%
Winds Calm

Sunrise: 7:47am EDT Sunset: 6:55pm EDT
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent
Age: 2.4 days

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