The Center is organized to allow faculty and students to cooperate effectively across departmental boundaries, sharing technologies and resources, thus strengthening the interdisciplinary aspects of research. The Center has an active group of adjunct faculty directly concerned with activities of the Center from the departments of geography, geological sciences, civil and environmental engineering, and plant and soil sciences. There is a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary, mutually supportive opportunities for learning and research.
One of the goals of the CCLC is to provide graduate students with interdisciplinary research projects. Graduate committees are often comprised of faculty from several different colleges and programs. Thus, the academic programs associated with the center are coordinated with affiliated graduate departments. Students interested in doing research through the Center should apply through the traditional college/department of their choice (below).
M.S. in Geography
Ph.D. in Climatology
Ph.D. in Earth Surface Processes
M.S., Ph.D. in Geological Sci.
M.S., Ph.D. in Plant & Soil Sci.
M.S., Ph.D. in Civil and Env. Engineering
Visit the section of our website for prospective graduate students for more information.
Dr. Cort Willmott
Dr. Michael A. O’Neal
125 Academy Street, Room #216
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716