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Diversity and inclusion resourcesCheck out this page to learn more about our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, along with funding opportunities and links to campus groups and resources.
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Become a Professional Geologist
School of Earth & Sustainability
Integrating physical, biological, and social perspectives on our changing earth: At Northern Arizona University, we train undergraduate and graduate students to be leading researchers and practitioners in geology, environmental sciences, and sustainability, often collaborating across disciplinary boundaries. Our students spend time learning in the field, working on cutting-edge research, and collaborating with agencies.
Explore our degrees
We offer undergraduate degrees and minors in Geology, Environmental Sciences, and Environmental & Sustainability Studies, as well as a minor in Climate Science.
We offer Master’s programs in Geology, Environmental Sciences & Policy, and Climate Science & Solutions, and a PhD program in Earth Sciences & Environmental Sustainability.
Explore research across the School
SES Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
In SES, we value diversity in race and ethnicity; gender identity, expression, and sexual orientation; socio-economic and cultural background; religious beliefs; physical abilities; ages; nationalities; and life experiences. Our community is committed to nurturing an environment where people of all backgrounds and identities are welcomed and treated with equity and respect. We are committed to removing institutional barriers and entrenched dynamics that often prevent participation from underrepresented groups in STEM fields, and to take every opportunity to highlight and make visible the existing contributions of a wider diversity of people to our disciplines. In doing so we seek to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in our School. Our efforts include a broad array of initiatives and goals, which are listed in our full Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
SES in the news
For more news (with photos!) about our faculty, students, and alumni, see our News page.