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Geology

Welcome to the Department of Geology at the University of Cincinnati, a nationally ranked program with high-caliber faculty and a strong research reputation. We strive to provide our undergraduate and graduate students with the knowledge and skills necessary for a broad range of careers. Our program offers both the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelors of Science degrees at the undergraduate level and the Masters of Science and Ph.D. at the graduate level. 

Our graduate and undergraduate programs are supported by faculty who perform high-caliber research with reputations that span world-wide. We teach and conduct research in many areas of the geosciences including paleontology, Quaternary geology, geomorphology, sedimentology, stratigraphy, tectonics, environmental geology, and biogeochemistry. Our faculty maintains high-tech laboratories and conduct field work all over the world and our students are involved every step of the way!

In The News

UC to host free, public geoscience events

March 30, 2022

Current college students, high school students interested in geosciences, and families with young children who like fossils can all attend and participate in two free and public geoscience events this April.     The events, planned and hosted by the University of Cincinnati and other local universities, will include a virtual open house with geoscience professionals and two outdoor walks designed to provide guests a hands-on learning experience.    Now that the weather is finally warming up, there is no better time to get out and learn alongside professional geologists and other geology aficionados.    Meant to work in tandem with the joint North-Central and Southeastern Geological Society of America 2022 Section Meeting in Cincinnati from April 7 to 9, the events are free to the public and intended to bring attention to geoscience. 

UC receives grant for water quality research 

December 9, 2021

The University of Cincinnati has been awarded a $25,000 grant from Duke Energy to buy and install a system to monitor water quality in the Great Miami River, an area that affects the drinking water of 2.5 million residents.  The grant, which was awarded in early October, has provided the remaining financial support needed after grants from the Miami Conservancy District, University of Cincinnati Dept. Of Geology, and a matched $25,000 grant from the UC Office of Research. Targeted Compound Monitoring is the company which will provide the needed equipment.

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