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The NASA MIRO Center for Advanced Measurements in Extreme Environments has undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral research opportunities available.
» Research Opportunities Announcement
» Postdoctoral Position Announcement

The Chemical Hydrology and Mass Spectrometry Lab has an opening for a doctoral student interested in soil sensor technology, soil physics, and soil chemistry.
» application

★ Congratulations STGS Award and Scholarship Recipients ★
scholarship recipients

Justin Sharpe, Deashia Williams, Alexis Sansing, Crystal Moreland

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Learn more about the Geoscience Pathways Program.

Geospatial Fellows Webinar Series

Mondays 4-5 pm
» past and upcoming seminars

 

Student News
news image Graduate students Ashley Aguilar and Karen Mendiondo featured in MIRO Program web article » read more
news image Congratulations to Ashley Aguilar on receiving the Geological Society of America Graduate Student Research Grant
news image Congratulations to STGS Field Camp Scholarship recipients Crystal Moreland, Alexis Sansing, and Deashia Williams
news image Congratulations to Justin Sharpe on receiving the STGS UTSA Chair Award
Faculty News
Moon landscape Dr. Alan Whittington part of UTSA research that could help develop the Moon's first construction site » Express News | UTSA Today
snow Stephen Ackley, Dr. Alberto Mestas-Nunez, and Dr. Hongjie Xie among those who signed the open letter from Texas climate scientists. » read more
Dr. Saugata Datta Dr. Saugata Datta talks about environmental regulation changes and studying the impacts to our ecosystem » read more
IWRSP water cycle Institute for Water Research, Sustainability and Policy to explore the resource‚Äôs impact on society » read more
Newsletter
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UTSA Hosts First Earth Symposium Online
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