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Earth and Environmental Sciences

 

Welcome Back EES Students!

Have questions?

General Questions: Sharon Horne, MH 204a   x2528
Undergrad Counseling: Maria Cioppa, MH 103   x2502
Graduate Coordinator: Ihsan Al-Aasm, MH 206   x2494

 

 

 

Congratulations to our Fall 2014 Graduates!

Congratulations to our graduates and good luck as they move into a new phase of their lives!

BSc (Honours Environmental Science) – Christopher Verbeek

BSc (Environmental Science) – Nakul Patel

MSc (Earth Sciences) – Evan Hastie
 


M.Sc. Thesis Proposal Presentation
Christopher Goeddeke
Indium Mineralization in the Canadian Appalachians

Monday, October 27, 2014
1:00 p.m.
Room 211A, Memorial Hall

 


M.Sc. Thesis Proposal Presentation
Shuda Zhou
Petrography and Geochemistry of the Neoarchean Bad Vermilion Lake Anorthosite Complex, Superior Province, Western Ontario

Friday, October 24, 2014
1:00 p.m.
Room 311, Memorial Hall

 


Need help with any EES courses? Come to the EES Resource Center and ask our helpful graduate students. Click here for the Resource Center hours.

Click here for the list of courses offered by Earth and Environmental Sciences for the 2014 - 2015 academic year. 

 

Congratulations to Michael Glendenning on the successful defense of his M.Sc. Thesis, entitled "The MacLellan Au-Ag Deposit, Lynn Lake, Manitoba: host rock petrography, geochemistry, petrogenesis, and implications for regional tectonics and metallogeny", on Friday, September 26, 2014. Co-supervisors were Joel Gagnon and Ali Polat.

 

 

Earth and environmental scientists study the physical, chemical, and biological processes that shape our planet, and the impact of society on the environment.   Our undergraduate Environmental Science BSc is comprehensive, providing a broad background in all aspects of environmental science, and flexibility in upper years to allow students to prepare for a wide range of careers. We offer M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Earth Science, which are supported by a wide variety of high-quality research facilities. Located at the heart of the Great Lakes region, Windsor is at the centre of one of the most environmentally important regions in North America, where teaching and research in water and air quality, ecosystem health, and resource management is making a difference.