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Skip to contentDepartment of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary SciencesMenu Close Search Undergraduate ProgramGraduate ProgramPeopleAlumniFacilitiesCoursesProjected Course ScheduleAll Active CoursesResourcesResearch CentersLet your curiosity lead the way:Apply TodayHomeRecent NewsUpcoming EventsDiversity & InclusionHow to Reach Us Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&S Students spend spring break conducting field work in Hawaii. Photo: Phil Skemer The stunning surface of Jupiter's icy moon Europa. Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute Professor Mike Krawczynski using a microscope in his lab in Rudolph Hall. Photo: Devon Hill/Washington University Hawaiian Pahoehoe. Photo: Phil Skemer Undergraduate ProgramGraduate ProgramCoursesPeopleResearchFacilitiesNewsEvents About the Department Whether you are interested in studying the world beneath your feet, or worlds farther away, the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences at Washington University provides the tools for understanding the processes that shape our planet and other solar system bodies. Our faculty are leaders in their fields, and they are passionate about their work and training the next generation of scientists. Our state-of-the-art laboratory facilities allow our faculty to push the boundaries of their fields and give our students the chance to do their own research. We apply geology, mineralogy, petrology, biology, chemistry, physics, and math to investigate diverse topics such as early life on Earth, the structure of the Earth's deep interior, the nature of contaminant transport, and the evidence for water on Mars. Our students are uniquely poised to help solve some of society's most pressing problems through careers in government, non-profit organizations, academia, and industry. Department Highlights Research Centers Study Abroad & Field Work Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion Grossman Museum Annual Newsletter Meteorite Related Inquiries Rock Identification Help upcoming eventsSee More Events Astronomy of the Inka Empire: St. Louis Astronomical Society June Meeting June 21, 20247:30 PM Wilson 214 Juno Close Flybys of Io: St. Louis Astronomical Society July Meeting July 19, 20247:30 PM McDonnell 162 2024 NASA Exploration Science Forum July 23 - July 25, 2024 Knight Center, Washington University Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences hiring Research ProfessorRead MoreFacultyWhat does a meteorite taste like? Someone found out and bottled it.Read MoreWhat does a meteorite taste like? Someone found out and bottled it.6.1.24 | FacultyRandy Korotev talks to Mashable about meteorite vodkaRead more Could 2023 be the hottest year on record? The outlook for climate tipping points and catastrophesMichael Wysession, PhD, professor of geophysics in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, is closely monitoring the approach to Earth possibly reaching climate tipping points by 2028 and the catastrophes that he said can happen, unless measures are taken. FacultyEarth’s ‘Gateway to Hell’ is growingRead MoreEarth’s ‘Gateway to Hell’ is growing6.4.24 | FacultyRoger Michaelides talks thawing permafrost with Popular ScienceRead more GraduatePluto Has an Ocean of Liquid Water Surrounded by a 40-80 km Ice ShellRead MorePluto Has an Ocean of Liquid Water Surrounded by a 40-80 km Ice Shell5.30.24 | GraduateRead more One of my favorite activities at WashU was Geology Club, which is a student-led club for undergraduates in the EEPS department. Planning and participating in both on and off-campus events was incredibly fun, rewarding, and it was a great way to make close friends within the small group of undergraduate students in the department.―Henry ChandlerAB 2023 Quick LinksFacilitiesResearch CentersDiversity & InclusionCoursesOur AlumniHow to Reach UsComputer SupportResourcesAdditional information Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SCopyright 2024 by:Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. LouisFollow Us Instagram Twitter Contact Us: Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences [email protected] 314-935-5610 Visit the main Washington University in St. Louis website1 Brookings Drive / St. Louis, MO 63130 / wustl.edu

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