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Geography & Environmental Engineering

Cadet Emma Record overlooks the Krafla caldera in the Myvatn region of Iceland.  Photo credit: CPT Dave Leydet Cadet Ian Nadolny visits the Geographic South Pole in Antarctica during an academic trip hosted by the National Science Foundation. Cadet Matthew Volpe creates a stream cross-section at Black Creek Preserve in Ulster County, NY.  Photo credit: Dr. Patrick Baker Cadets conduct a pre-inspection on the Trimble UX5 UAS for a launch in EV379, Photogrammetry. Cadets in EV401, Physical and Chemical Treatment, conduct the Dirtman Challenge - a tracer test on a miniature water treatment plant.

 

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, four distinct majors, and a diverse offering of elective courses and to support the continued development of faculty and staff.
 

 
 
 GENE offers one of the best undergraduate facilities in the country for the study of:
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Environmental
Engineering
Environmental
Science
Physical
Geography
​Human
Geography
Human -Environment Geography
Geospatial
Information Science
​ ​Environmental Program  Geography Program ​ ​ Geospatial Information Science Program
 
 

 


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