The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences offers majors in two
disciplines, Geology and Meteorology/Climatology. Faculty teach and research
from a broad collection of sub-disciplines that generally fall under one or
more of the three branches of geosciences: earth, air,
and water. Currently the department has approximately 40
undergraduate students majoring in geology, 40 students pursuing graduate degrees
in geology, 100 undergraduate majors in meteorology, and 12 graduate students
Your gift to the T. Mylan Stout Lecture Series Fund will
ensure that a stable source of funding is available for this important activity
of the department of earth and atmospheric sciences. It will also continue to
honor a man who dedicated his life to educating and inspiring others about the
geosciences and who meant so much to his students, colleagues and the
University of Nebraska – Lincoln.
This fund allows the department to defray the travel expenses of students attending professional meetings and job fairs.
This fund permits the department to fund graduate students in Hydrogeology.
This fund permits the department to allocate resources to specific areas of need relating to the study of meteorology and climatology.
This fund permits the department to allocate resources to general needs of the department.
Currently there are no other funds available for this area.
For more information, please contact:
Amber Antholz Senior Director of Development 402-458-1182 direct 800-432-3216 toll freeE-mail
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