• CEMA recognized by state

    UD’s Center for Environmental Monitoring and Analysis proclaimed official repository for weather and climatological observationsRead more >>

  • Environmental Justice

    UD’s Marissa McClenton looks to environmental education to help minority communities. Read More >>

  • Coral Reef Stater Kit

    New study shows coral reef fish do not mind 3D-printed corals. Read More >>

  • Fossil Aquifers

    UD’s Neil Sturchio and colleagues study sustainability of fossil aquifers in Arabian Peninsula. Read More >>

  • Bacteria Bullets Target Toxic Algae

    UD invention provides natural control for harmful red tide algae. Read More >>

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  • UD’s Center for Environmental Monitoring and Analysis proclaimed official repository for weather and climatological observations
  • UD’s Marissa McClenton looks to environmental education to help minority communities.
  • New study shows coral reef fish do not mind 3D-printed corals.
  • UD’s Neil Sturchio and colleagues study sustainability of fossil aquifers in Arabian Peninsula.
  • UD invention provides natural control for harmful red tide algae.
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  • CEMA recognized by state

    UD’s Center for Environmental Monitoring and Analysis proclaimed official repository for weather and climatological observationsRead more >>

  • Environmental Justice

    UD’s Marissa McClenton looks to environmental education to help minority communities. Read More >>

  • Coral Reef Stater Kit

    New study shows coral reef fish do not mind 3D-printed corals. Read More >>

  • Fossil Aquifers

    UD’s Neil Sturchio and colleagues study sustainability of fossil aquifers in Arabian Peninsula. Read More >>

  • Bacteria Bullets Target Toxic Algae

    UD invention provides natural control for harmful red tide algae. Read More >>

Opportunities for Students

Whether you are interested in how the Earth works, what happens in the ocean, why people live where they do, or what impact humans are having on the environment, the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) has something for you. If you’re serious about green energy, robotics technologies, sensor development, climate change or protecting the planet, we have faculty who can help you make a difference.

In CEOE, our students apply classroom knowledge to develop the critical thinking, technical, and problem-solving skills necessary to achieve their graduate school or career goals. Field work enriches all of our courses of study, from environmental science to geology.

Learn about what we offer undergraduates and graduate students, as well as professionals interested in certificate programs.

CEOE Spotlight


Chatterjee Profile

"No two days are same," says UD alumna Sarmistha Chatterjee about her current job as a Spatial Analysis and Data Science Product Engineer. Read our profile of Sarmistha here.

Latest News From CEOE

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Links for the latest news stories that mention or feature CEOE faculty, staff and research

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UD’s Marissa McClenton looks to environmental education to help minority communities.

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New study shows coral reef fish do not mind 3D-printed corals.

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    15
    Geography Seminar: Community-level data exploration – removing boundaries   Learn More
  • Nov
    15
    SMSP Lewes-Newark Colloquia: "How Plate Tectonics Drove Continental Climate Change in Australia"   Learn More
  • Nov
    22
    Big Data, Very Big Computers, and the Endless Pursuit for an Honest Weather Prediction System   Learn More
 
CEOE Dives Deep

UD professor, students dive deep along the East Pacific Rise

Stemflow study
Asia Dowtin

Investigating how rainwater travels in urban forests

Industrializing Offshore Wind

Developing a cost-optimized integrated system design of an offshore wind plant

CEOE Research Publications

CEOE scientists (faculty and students) publish their work in peer reviewed scientific journals and news media.

Science
Saint Lawrence core

Abundant porewater Mn(III) is a major component of the sedimentary redox system

Science
calcium carbonate

Microscopic evidence for liquid-liquid separation in supersaturated CaCO3 solutions

Science
China

An arsenic forecast for China

Undergraduate Degrees Offered

Concerns such as climate change, globalization and migration, marine pollution, watershed degradation, energy independence and fisheries decline are at the heart of our work at CEOE.

Graduate Degrees and Courses Offered

In addition to formal course work, graduate students have the opportunity to conduct research on critical earth, ocean, environmental, and atmospheric topics under the guidance of distinguished faculty.

Study Abroad - Go Global With Us

Want to study climatology and human geography in Barbados? Want to dive the coral reefs in the Cayman Islands to study invasive species? Join us on study abroad!

The Delaware Geological Survey The Office of the Delaware State Climatologist

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CEOE School & Departments

School of Marine Science & Policy

Advancing the understanding, stewardship, and conservation of estuarine, coastal, and ocean environments.

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Department of Geography and Spatial Sciences

Providing a unique spatial perspective that seeks to explain patterns of differences and commonality across the human and natural environment.

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Department of Earth Sciences

Discovering how geological processes have operated over various time scales to create and influence the planet’s surface environments.

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College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment • 111 Robinson Hall • Newark, DE 19716 • USA • Phone: 302-831-8062
Geography and Spatial Sciences: 302-831-2294 • Earth Sciences: 302-831-2569 • Marine Science and Policy: 302-645-4212 • E-mail: ceoe-info@udel.edu

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