Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Geophysics

News and Awards

Oct 1, 2007
Emeritus Professor David Jones, member of our faculty from 1985 to 1996, died on Oct.30th,2007 at his home in Placerville after a long battle with bone cancer. He was 77 years old. Davey was known... [Read more]
Oct 2, 2007
Our Department was ranked first by the Chronicle of Higher Education for Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index in 2007, ahead of Caltech and Harvard.
Oct 3, 2007
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Al Gore and IPCC.Department of Earth and Planetary Science faculty membersBill Collins and Inez Fung are actively involved in the IPCCproject. As Rajendra... [Read more]
Oct 4, 2007
There will be a Memorial to celebrate the life of Hal Helgeson in the Great Hall of the Faculty Club on Friday November 16, 4-7 pm. It is an opportunity to share memories and colleagues, former... [Read more]
Nov 1, 2007
Santa Barbara\'s Day takes place on December 8th in the Haas Clubhouse from 7-11pm. Contact Alyssa Sarid to reserve tickets.
Dec 1, 2007
Her project investigates creeping landslides in the Berkeley Hills and was described by the society as a creative approach to a geological and environmental problem.
Mar 2, 2008
A research proposal to investigate �green cement� by Professors Paulo Monteiro (Civil and Environmental Engineering), David Attwood (EECS and ALS) and Rudy Wenk was awarded by KAUST in the highly... [Read more]
Apr 1, 2008
Senior EPS major Corina Cerovski-Darriau was the sole US Student representative to the International Year of Planet Earth launch event at UNESCO in Paris in February. She was selected for this honor... [Read more]
Apr 2, 2008
The award honors George D. Louderback, Professor of Geology at Berkeley from the 1920s to the 1950s. The award recognizes students who have distinguished themselves both academically and as... [Read more]