Geology

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Samples of MHC Student Projects

Students typically pursue diverse opportunities related to their interests in the Geology and Geography majors or minors. The well-rounded nature of a liberal arts education provides you with the ability to pursue opportunities that transcend both academic and industry boundaries.  Below please find a small sample of the opportunities pursued by Geology and Geography majors:

  • Center for Health, Environment and Justice
  • Egremont Land Trust
  • Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space at University of New Hampshire
  • Keck Geology Consortium Program
  • Minerals Management Service
  • Mount Holyoke College
  • NASA Planetary Geology and Geophysics Program
  • Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History
  • US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service
  • United States Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
  • University of Minnesota, Department of Geology
  • US State Department
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Summer Student Fellowship Program

Recommended by MHC Faculty

There are many other summer research opportunities in the fields of Geology and Geography. For Geology and Geography students interested in science, we particularly recommend the following:

 

Other programs in the area of coastal and marine sciences are given on the Web site of the Five College Coastal and Marine Science Program.

The Geological Society of America's GeoCorps program is offeris many positions each yeay. Click on the website below to view positions on National Parks, National Forests and BLM lands this summer. Application instructions are on the website. 

The LPI/NASA Undergraduate Research Program program is a premier summer research opportunity for upper-level students pursuing studies in geoscience, mathematics, planetary science, physics, and chemistry. The ten-week program is located in Houston, Texas, and serves as an excellent introduction to NASA and the planetary research science pursued by the U.S. space agency. 

Summer student fellowship opportunities are available at the DFG Research Center Ocean Margins at the University of Bremen, Germany. Modeled after the renowned summer program at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, they seek to attract top undergraduate students in the biological, chemical, geological, physical, and mathematical sciences with a strong and genuine interest in ocean sciences to spend their summer vacation doing research at an outstanding marine science institution in Europe.

In addition, the Department offers small scholarships toward tuition for geologic field studies in the summer. Please see the department for more information.  Professors in the department may offer funding for summer research; please contact them directly for more information.

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