The Department of Geological Sciences at The University of Texas at San Antonio has a wide range of research programs central to the earth sciences. These include hydrogeology (water resources, aqueous geochemistry), geobiology (paleontology and geomicrobiology), geoinformatics (geospatial analysis, GIS, remote sensing), petroleum geology and paleontolog, and land dynamics (geomorphology, environmental geology, sedimentology).
The mission of the Department of Geological Sciences is committed to advancing scientific knowledge in geological sciences through collaborative and inter-disciplinary research at local, national and international levels. The Department seeks to provide quality educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, especially for individuals from historically underrepresented and disadvantaged groups and for full-time working professionals...More
New Graduate Program Announcement
Read here UTSA's news release regarding our approved Masters of Science degree in Geoinformatics to start Fall 2017. More information to follow.
Faculty Position Announcement
Announcement coming soon of a tenured faculty position opening. See Job Positions for details.