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Resources for Earth and Environmental Science Majors

Stay up-to-date with the latest resources and opportunities specific to earth and environmental science students through the department's newsletter. To subscribe, email with the subject line "Subscribe."

EES Newsletter        


Meeting with us at least once each semester is crucial. Find the faculty advisor for your program and call or email to arrange a meeting.


Visit this page to learn more about these scholarships and the awards that are presented to each year's hardest-working Earth and Environmental Science majors among that year's graduating class.


Graduating with Honors

Departmental honors is a way to recognize students who have attained the highest academic achievement in their coursework and who have successfully completed original research in the discipline. Email our honors advisor.

Clubs and Mentoring

Find support and friendship with other students in one of these great clubs or organizations!

We also have upper-level mentoring opportunities through our GETUP program.



We believe that undergraduate research is an important part of the educational experience at Weber State University. Many research opportunities in the earth and environmental sciences qualify for financial support from the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR).

OUR offers workshops to help students learn how to submit proposals. Learn more about OUR here. 


External Information and Opportunities

We've put together a great list of earth and environmental science related sites around the internet just for you. Whether you just want to browse and explore or have specific questions, this is an excellent resource page.

Internships benefit students earning them much-needed experience and resume breadth. Employers say they often use the internship process to find future, permanent employees. Cheeck out these great intern/job resources.


Let's Connect!

#WeberEarth #EarthandEnviroSci



New Major Advisor
Dr. Marek Matyjasik
TY 330
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Mailing address

Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2507
Ogden, UT 84408-2507

Building location

Tracy Hall Science Center (TY 338)

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