07/22/2020 - The New York Times just featured an article about the RELAMPAGO project in Argentina - a project run by our own Department of Atmospheric Science. The project was lead by Professor Steve Nesbitt,
06/03/2020 - Erinn Dady, a junior studying earth, society, and environmental sustainability, is working with
02/26/2020 - Cloud seeding has become an increasingly popular practice in the western United States, where states grapple with growing demands for water.
02/11/2020 - This past weekend in Washington, D.C, ESES major Erinn Dady presented her poster titled, "Soil Fertility and Arbuscular Mycorrhiza: Impact on Herbivore Induced Plant Volatiles in Tomato," at the Am
09/12/2019 - Clouds hold the key to understanding climate change - and University of Illinois are flying through storms to get the data we need to predict future change.
09/11/2019 - University of Illinois geologists Jack Albright, left, and professor Patricia Gregg are part of a team that has developed new computer models to help researchers better forecast volcanic eruptions.
09/09/2019 - Professor Stephen Altaner led over 45 students and staff on the 2019 Annual SESE Field Trip.
07/29/2019 - A group of young scholars from Zhejiang University are participating in a summer school program in SESE for the next two weeks. Welcome to the University of Illinois!
07/16/2019 - Nidhi Shastri talks about the opportunities Illinois has provided to help her find her voice in the college newsletter
05/13/2019 - Since 1892, the Natural History Building has been a landmark at the University of Illinois.
05/12/2019 - The 2019 SESE graduating class assemble before the May 11th Convocation Ceremony.
07/24/2018 - Nineteen Illinois students experienced a unique spring break this year with help from donors to the College of LAS: They traveled deep into the communities and landscape of Costa Rica and came back
04/26/2018 - The class spent three days at the Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado, examining the geomorphology and sedimentology of a range of environments, from hillslopes and debris flows to shallow bra
03/16/2018 - The department's Eryops Skeleton replica is being repaired in preparation for its return to NHB.
09/20/2017 - Hurricane forecasting depends heavily on government-funded satellites, allowing the communities in their path to prepare and evacuate. Those satellites, monitored and maintained by the