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Department Seminars

The Geosciences Department offers weekly seminars every semester.  Seminars are located in NR 320 on Thursday afternoons at 12:30pm.  Food is provided.  Participation in department seminars is an excellent way to learn more about a topic in the field and network with faculty and industry professionals!  To view the seminar schedule for this semester, go to the seminar website.  


Undergraduate students in the Geosciences department have the opportunity to apply for a graduate student mentor in the department.  Students are recruited for mentor and mentee positions each year, and the participants are selected on an application basis.  If you have questions about the program, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Academic Success Coordinator in the department.  

Department Research, independent study, teaching, and Work-study positions

The Geosciences department offers several positions for undergraduate students including work-study positions, research positions, and undergraduate teaching assistantships every semester.  Students who are interested in being considered for a position with the department need to fill out the department application and submit a copy of their resume and unofficial transcript to the department office in NR 322 or email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Academic Success Coordinator in the department.  If you have questions about the application process or department positions, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Apply for a position with the Geosciences Department!  You will need to email a copy of your transcript and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for your application to be complete.  

Geosciences Club

Geology Club LogoJoin the Colorado State University Geosciences Club!  Consisting of majors and non-majors, each member shares a common interest in geosciences. Membership is open to all CSU students, and no membership dues are required.  If you are interested in seeing and learning about local geology, this club is for you. We offer several field trips during the year, and we also host a variety of lectures, meetings, and outings for members.  Participation in the Geosciences Club is a great way to network with individuals from the Geosciences Department, alumni, and industry representatives.  Interested in learning more?  Be sure to follow us on Facebook for the latest club and department news, including upcoming meeting dates and times.  You can also view our information brochure here.  Join us at our next meeting or contact the club officers for more information:

President:  Andy Auer
Vice President: Breanna Van
Secretary:  Audra Lorton
Treasurer: Garrett Brown

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Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

Colorado State University’s Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) student chapter is dedicated to providing high quality geophysics experiences to any student who shares a curiosity for the subject. SEG sponsors events to help students learn about industry and the cutting edge of geophysics while making important connections with an invited SEG honorary lecturer or visiting industry professional. Chapter members can have fun and build connections with fellow students on field trips to places like the National Earthquake Information Center in Golden or an active seismic survey in the DJ Basin. Whatever your geophysics passion, the SEG Student Chapter is here to support students in achieving their goals. 


There are several student organizations available through Warner College of Natural Resources.  Click here to view a full list of organizations within the college.    

Warner College of Natural Resources also sponsors two Residential Learning Communities for Natural Resource students.  Students living in the Residential Learning Communities have the opportunity to network with faculty members and participate in academic and social programs.  For more information on the two Residential Learning Community tracks for Natural Resource students, and to apply for the community, please visit the NRSRLC website

Colorado State University Honors Program

Admission to the CSU Honors Program is available to incoming freshman, transfer students, and continuing CSU students.  Honors Program participants have the opportunity to complete an undergraduate thesis as well as honors course options within the Geosciences major.  For more information on the Honors Program admission process, requirements, and honors course options in the department, please visit the Honors Program website

Student Leadership, Involvement, and community Engagement (SLice)
In addition to the involvement opportunities provided by the Geosciences department and Warner College of Natural Resources, there are hundreds of campus organization and activities available to CSU students provided through the Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLiCE) office on campus.  For more information on the SLiCE programs and organizations, please visit their website. 

Professional Involvement