EEPS IS HIRING!
EEPS is seeking applications for a Tenure-Track Faculty, Non-Tenure-Track Lecturer and Postdoctoral Fellowship position. Candidates across the broad spectrum of planetary and environmental sciences, areas where the department anticipates growth, are encouraged to apply. For more information visit our OPEN POSITIONS page.
October 29, EEPS and Wiess School of Natural Sciences will hold an Alumni Reception. Click on the image above for more information.
EEPS SEMINAR SERIES
October 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm CDT
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RICE COVID INFORMATION
For information regarding Rice University’s COVID-19 crisis management and Fall 2021 safety guidelines, click HERE.
Building a Habitable Planet: From Environment To Energy
The world is more complex and interconnected than ever. Building a habitable planet in such a complex world requires that we train a new generation of students versed in whole Earth systems. The goal of Rice University’s Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences is to bring together the creative power of Houston’s energy, environmental and space industries in the context of whole earth systems to make sustainable progress on the landscape of environment and energy.