Graduating as a Geosciences major prepares students for jobs in environmental consulting, in teaching, and in commercial fields such as energy and resource extraction. Many students continue to graduate schools accross the country. Recent graduates have gone to M.I.T., Woods Hole, Stanford, Princeton, Cornell, University of Washington, and U.C. Santa Cruz, among others. Since 1996, six of our majors have won NSF graduate fellowships, more than in any undergraduate program in the entire country. We stay in close contact with many of our alumni, and often see them at meetings and elsewhere.
We are proud of our accomplished Alumni!
Just to highlight a few…
William B. F. Ryan ’61, elected fellow of the American Geophysical Union
William F. Ruddiman ’64, elected fellow of the American Geophysical Union
Robert S. Anderson ’74, elected fellow of the American Geophysical Union
Cathryn Manduca ’80, 2004 Excellence in Geophysical Education Award Winner
Manduca received the Excellence in Geophysical Education Award at the AGU Joint Assembly Honors Ceremony, which was held on 19 May 2004 in Montreal, Canada. The award honors “a sustained commitment to excellence in geophysical education by a team, individual, or group.” Check out a recent article published in the Huffington Post about Katie White ’11, here.
For information about geoscience careers our recent alumni are pursuing, please see our After Williams page.