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Geomorphology students explore Schunnemunk Mountain Ellison Forest Service AIAD 2015 HUdson River Looking North EV471 Wolf Center 2015 Hydrogeo Lab 2015
Physical Geography students in Geomorphology explore Schunnemunk Mountain in Orange County, NY. Photo courtesy of CDT Alex Imbriale.
CDT Ellison takes a break from working with the U.S. Forest Service in New Mexico to help on an archaeological excavation. GENE has sent cadets on AIADs to all seven continents, including to Antarctica, as CDT Ellison can attest.
Hudson River Looking North
Environmental Science cadets in EV471 Ecology visit the Wolf Conservation Center in New Salem, NY.
CDT Brown, an Environmental Engineer major, carefully performs a hydrogeology lab in EV394.

 

The Department of Geography & Environmental Engineering's (GENE) Mission:
To enhance the intellectual, character, and military development of all cadets within the context of a core course in physical geography, a three course engineering sequence, five distinct majors, and a diverse offering of elective courses and to support the continued development of faculty and staff.
 

 
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 GENE offers one of the best undergraduate facilities in the country for the study of:

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