Connect with the School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability

Partnerships with alumni, friends, industry, and government are critical to the success of the School and the contributions we strive to make in the larger world. Use this page to explore ways you can connect with us; together we can make a difference.

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    As an alumnus, we hope you stay connected with the School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability. We want to hear about where life has taken you since graduation. If you are an alumnus of the geology program, learn more about how you can stay connected.

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    Contribute to a more sustainable future by making a donation to SESES, where our faculty and students work passionately toward solutions to today’s top environmental concerns.

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    The Colorado Plateau Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CPCESU) creates innovative opportunities for research, education, and technical assistance to support stewardship and management of natural and cultural resources by Federal agencies on the Colorado Plateau. We ensure that the expertise of our academic and non-governmental partners is made available to assist federal resource managers in accomplishing their agency missions. The federal partners allocate funding to a wide variety of projects and non-federal partners and support their research, education, and outreach missions.