Earth & Environmental Science

Success After Susquehanna

As interest in understanding and protecting the environment grows, so do career options for students who graduate from Susquehanna University’s Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Our graduates are working in the field and laboratories as hydrologists, geologists and meteorologists—and in classrooms and conference rooms as teachers and environmental lawyers. 

The following is just a sample of where our students have gone after graduation.

Employment:

  • Tetra Tech NUS (geoscientist)
  • Michael Baker, Jr. Inc. (GIS)
  • Perna Wastewater Management (soils/wastewater consultant)
  • Groundwater and Environmental Services (environmental consultant)
  • US Filter Groundwater Services (field technician)
  • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (water quality specialist)
  • Testwell Laboratories, Inc. (geophysicist)
  • Advanced Land and Water, Inc. (hydrogeology consultant)
  • Soil Mechanics Environmental Services (hydrology consultant)
  • New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (wetlands enforcement)
  • GEI Consultants, Inc. (environmental consultant)
  • Maryland Geological Survey (coastal/estuarine geologist)
  • Clean Harbors Environmental Services (chemist)

Graduate School:

  • Clemson University (hydrogeology)
  • Lehigh University (paleoclimatology)
  • Colorado State University (atmospheric science)
  • Lehigh University (glacial geology)
  • Bard College (Center for Environmental Policy Masters International with Peace Corps)
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte (atmospheric science)
  • Western Michigan University (hydrogeology)
  • University of North Carolina at Raleigh (soils/wetlands)
  • SUNY Stony Brook (hydrology)
  • Villanova (environmental engineering)
  • Lewis and Clark Law School (environmental law)


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