Our quest in the Geological Sciences is to understand the dynamic physical and chemical changes that have occured over the past 4.6 billion years in order to meet the challenges that are presented by the rapid changes Earth experiences today.
based on the knowledge of the past.
We strive to understand global climate change, catastrophic events such as tsunamis, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, mountain building, rising sea level, diminishing water and mineral resources, and the history of life with a goal to forge a better relationship between modern society and the natural environment in which we dwell.
Geological Sciences' PhD Degree Recipients/Spring 2013
Our congratulations to Jennifer Gifford (center) and Jessica Lovering(second from right) at their Spring 2013 hooding ceremony with their committee chairs (from left to right) Drs. Paul Mueller, David Foster, and Peter Adams.
Geological Sciences' BS Degree Recipients/Spring 2013
We are so proud of the great group of undergraduates who achieved their BS degrees this spring. And look at all the honors cords!
Outcrop of Honor
Put your name -- or memorial -- on the wall . . . Commemorate your link to UF Geological Sciences, or memorialize someone or some time that was special to you! Here’s a tangible way for alumni and friends of the department to treasure those memories—the Outcrop of Honor recognition wall. By putting your personal message on a brass nameplate affixed to a beautiful 12”x12” natural polished rock slab, your connection to the department will be recognized permanently inside Williamson Hall. Take a look at the slab samples (remember, the color on your monitor may be slightly different than the actual stone color). Order your piece of the Outcrop of Honor recognition wall today by completing the application at this link: Outcrop of Honor brochure pdf or call (352) 392-2231.