UA School of Earth and Environmental Sciences Ranks 7th in Nation
March 22, 2012
Good news for the UA's School of Earth and Environmental Sciences from this week's U.S. News & World Report Annual Graduate Schools Rankings!
Dr. Karl W. Flessa, Director of SEES, announced yesterday that the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, which includes the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, now ranks 7th in the nation in the area of earth and environmental sciences. As Flessa aptly stated, "It's always good to be in the top ten."
Heartiest congratulations go to our SEES colleagues in the Department of Geosciences which was ranked the #1 geosciences program in the nation for the second consecutive year.
You can read more about the latest UA rankings published by U.S. News & World Report here.
Check out the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences website to learn more about the School's departments and units, its students, faculty, and staff, and its missions in teaching, research, and educational outreach.