For Undergraduate Students
- 2023-2024 Undergraduate Brochure
Last Update: 08/18/2023
This brochure is meant to give comprehensive coverage of the academic requirements for GEO undergraduate students and provide information on individual courses offered.
For Graduate Students
- Graduate Student Handbook
Last Update: 07/31/2023
This guide comprehensively covers the academic requirements for attaining a Ph.D. in GEO. It focuses on the first and second years, as these have the most requirements. Information pertaining to subsequent years focuses on dissertation research and career services.
The Smilodon is the newsletter for the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University. Highlights from the publication are letters from the Chair, research timeline, department and alumni news, awards, books, and deaths. If you are interested in submitting a story write to [email protected].
The Princeton campus is evolving — and not at a glacial pace. Twelve major construction projects are carving up the campus (https://facilities.princeton.edu/projects) and one of them that broke ground on Ivy Lane this summer will be the new home of Geosciences.
And as part of another project, that quirky underground Rock Magnetism Laboratory half-buried between Guyot and Eno Halls, which was the site of ground-breaking 20th century research, will become a part of Princeton history.
The Smilodon is the alumni newsletter for the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University. Highlights from the publication are letters from the Chair, research timeline, department and alumni news, awards, books, and deaths. If you are interested in submitting a story write to Laurel Goodell
- Guyot of Guyot Hall
- Science Beyond Guyot
- Harry Hess Centennial web supplement
- Hess's geological revolution
- F. A. Dahlen memorial brochure
- Plates and Plumes: W. Jason Morgan retirement brochure
- A Celebration of Life and Work: Lincoln Hollister retirement brochure
- What's New: The Legacy of François M. M. Morel
- TC Memorial Symposium Booklet and Videos