EAS is a proud member of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and partners with Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN), to promote post-secondary access to students of underrepresented populations.
EAS enrolls 2 Bridge Fellows annually who will have the opportunity to a MS (thesis only) or PhD in any of the eight (8) EAS research areas while receiving funding, extensive support, mentoring, and training to prepare for success in a PhD or post-doc program, or non-academic career.
What is AGU Bridge?
Dr. Taka Ito, EAS Graduate Admissions Chair
Aria Higgins, EAS Academic Program Manager