School of Earth and Environment

News

The Geological Society Awards 2016 enjoys three female winners from School of Earth and Environment With great pleasure we wish to congratulate Dr Tracy Aze on winning the Lyell Fund Award, Dr Anja Schmidt on receiving the...[more]

Ravi Toor, a BA Environment & Business student in the School of Earth & Environment has won a prize to help his new business Filamentive.[more]

Athena SWAN Bronze Award for Faculty

The Faculty has been awarded for its work on advancing gender equality across the School. [more]

Maha Alsabbagh receives L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Middle East Fellowship.[more]

Our own Dominick Spracklen and Cat Scott spoke to the Made in Leeds TV show about the Leeds Forest Observatory coming launching this summer. The observatory will enable staff and students[more]

Eight of our students (including 1 alumni) formed part of the 34 strong delegation from the University of Leeds that attended this year’s British Conference of Undergraduate Research. [more]

Businesses in Calderdale, Yorkshire, have lost £47 million so far as a result of the Boxing Day floods. That’s one of the findings of a study into the impact of the floods on Calderdale’s business economy led by Dr Paola Sakai, a...[more]

The University of Leeds has risen in the rankings of the top universities in the world for Environmental Sciences, according to a recent international league table. The 2016 QS World University Rankings (by subject) reveal that...[more]

Dr Anja Schmidt

To mark International Women's Day, The University's Women of Achievement Awards recognise the significant contribution and impact that both female staff and students have made across the University and beyond. The awards are...[more]

Geology and Earth Science Alumni Reunion, Vancouver, Canada (January 2016)

A small, informal gathering of Geology and Earth Science alumni took place in Vancouver, Canada at the end of January. The reunion event was organised to coincide with and Association for Mineral Exploration, British Columbia's...[more]