News and Events



Environmental Geoscience Class of 2015 –
Congratulations to all the graduates

Graduates from left to right, first row: Kathryn Rozwood, Kelley Thomas, Justin Imiola, Jonathan Vazquez, Mallory Finnegan, Catherine Mehallow; Second row: Kyle McArdle, Arianna King, Travis Darrin, Back row: Austin Belter and Traver Detras. (Not pictured: Jessica Hards, Emily Hess, Alex Palombo, Katherine Coffin, Danny Khottavong, Holly Kistner, Danielle Waley)



Environmental Geoscience Class of 2014 –
Congratulations to all the graduates

Graduates, from left to right- Sean McHugh,
Matthew Prizing, Andrew Gibson, Thomas Lederman, Jack Zhang, Bryan
Smalls, Elizabeth Hashem, Jonathan Gibbons, Julie Kelly and Maureen
McCusker (not pictured Edward Beck, Joseph Hund, Susan Ltittle, Misty
Purcell, Jillian Scherrer and James Winkelman)


Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2013! 

Graduates, from left to right – Alayna DeMarechi, Sarah Franklin, Colleen Makar (not pictured Chris Driscoll, Michelle Lafica, Forest Rung, Elizabeth Vogl, Heather Lavin)

Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2012 – The FIRST graduating class of the Environmental Geoscience Program.

Graduates, from left to right – Thomas Rogemoser, Sean Lanpher (Env. Studies), Nicole Germain, Timothy Martz, Scott Ford, Timothy Pryshlak, Joseph Tamborski (not pictured Anirudh Kumpawat)

Well done, Graduates and all the best to you in the future!

Environmental Geosciences Club Activities

Upcoming events:

Stay tuned!

Past Events:

** Buffalo Niagara River Spring Cleanup

Saturday, April 21st from 9:00-12:00 is the spring annual Buffalo Niagara River shoreline sweep.  The club will be participating at
the Tifft Nature Preserve.  If you are interested in this community service event, please contact Joe Tamborski ( .

**White-water rafting

September 17 – join the Environmental Geosciences Club for a day of white-water rafting.  Contact Joe Tamborski ( for details or to sign up

** Buffalo Niagara RiverKeeper Fall Cleanup

Saturday, September 24th from 9:00-12:00 was the fall annual Buffalo River Keeper shoreline sweep.  The club participaed at La Salle Park, which is in downtown Buffalo.

** Buffalo Niagara RiverKeeper Spring Cleanup

On Saturday April 16th, the Environmental Geoscience club hosted a site in South Buffalo for the annual Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper spring cleanup. Click here for pictures of the Environmental Geoscience Club in action!

** Bake Sale – April 22, 2011

** Guest Speaker – Andrew Hannes, M.S., Army Corp of Engineers

New B.S. degree in Environmental Geosciences

The Bachelor of Science Program in Environmental Geosciences is currently accepting applications for admission into the program.

Acceptance into the program is contingent upon completion of GLY 101-GLY 102 OR GEO 101-GEO 106 AND BIO 200 (or equivalent) with a minimum 2.0 GPA in these courses. Please see Program Info for more information of degree and course requirements.

Interested students should contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies at


 Join the Environmental Geosciences Club.  Contact Dr. Coffroth for details of the next club meeting and activities.