Department of Geosciences
[Department of Geosciences]
[Students, Faculty and Alumni]

The Department of Geosciences is home to NDSU's Geology and Geography programs. We are also home to about 30 undergraduate majors, who participate in a close-knit environment with opportunities for research, field trips, and other educational experiences. We invite your inquiries into our program and to arrange for an appointment and tour

News and Events                     

GEOL 450 Field Geology: Aug. 29 - Sept. 5, 2014. Course information is available here.

Departmental Newsletter: The December, 2013 issue of The Buffalo Rock is available here.

Revised Course Planner: The latest (April, 2014) version of the course planner is available here.

New Curriculum Guide: Are you a "Geology" major? The 2013-14 Curriculum Guide is available.

Why Study Geology?: Click here to learn more about the career opportunities associated with becoming a geologist.

Lake Agassiz Rock Club: a public group interested in collecting/trading rocks and minerals and learning about geology. Meetings are held at 7:30 pm on the first Wednesday of the month (except in summer), at Stevens Hall Room 136, NDSU. The public is invited.

Graduate Program in Environmental & Conservation Science: The ECS Program is a cross-disciplinary M.S. and PhD program at NDSU. Faculty in the Department of Geosciences can advise graduate students in this program.

Make a Donation: NDSU Geosciences welcomes your donations in support of its outreach programs and of undergraduate field training and scholarships. Visit here for further information.

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Geology Fact Sheet

Donald P. Schwert, Professor & Chair
Department of Geosciences
North Dakota State University
Stevens Hall 218
Dept #2745
PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050

Tel:(701) 231-8455
Fax: (701) 231-7149

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