Resources

In this section of the website we provide members of the Department resources to help them navigate their way through their time at Boston University. Use the links on the right to navigate to resources for undergraduates, professional masters students, doctoral students, and faculty/staff.

All of these resources require a BU ID and BU login to access, and faculty and staff resources are inaccessible to students. If you are a member of the Department and cannot access these pages, please contact Matt DiCintio, Assistant to the Chair, or Alissa Beideck, Graduate Program Coordinator.

Also, your best resources are the staff at the Department of Earth & Environment. Use the contact us page or the staff listing to find the best person to help answer your questions!

Undergraduate Resources
These resources are available to all members of the Department but provide information specific to the undergraduate population.  These resources include information, forms, and career resources.

Professional Masters Resources
These resources are available to all members of the Department but provide information specific to the professional masters student population.  These resources include information, forms, and career resources.

Graduate Resources
These resources are available to all members of the Department but provide information specific to academic masters and doctoral students.  These resources include information, forms, and career resources.

Researcher Resources
Available to all Post-doctoral Associates, Fellows, and other employees of the Department. 

Faculty Resources
Available only to Earth & Environment faculty, including research professors.

Prospective Students

Interested in our programs?

Check out the different tabs at the top of the page to explore what we do here in the Department. You will find information regarding our specific programs under the education tab.

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Sign up for our daily news mailer at the bottom right of the page, and check out our recent news and past news sorted by categories.

Want a career in science?

Think you want a career in science but are not sure in what field?

Take this survey created by American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) aimed at helping identify long-term career goals and potential career paths for graduate students in science-related fields!*

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