EAS undergraduates participate in climate research with Tech faculty and do internships at The Weather Channel, CNN. CBS, ABC, Delta Air Lines, and the National Weather Service. STORM (STudents Observing and Researching Meteorology), an AMS-chartered club, is also run by EAS students.
Photo: EAS Undergraduate Melissa LeFevre Class of 2013 | Weekend Meteorologist for Fox 46 Carolina
EAS Students are involved in policy and media-related environmental activities throughout the United States, as well as air and water quality research with Tech faculty. Students do internships at the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority, the Atlanta Regional Commission, CNN, and the EPA.
EAS students get hands-on geologic and geophysical field experience through courses and research opportunities with Tech faculty. Students also do internships with the U.S. Geological Survey, SAGE, and NASA.