Information regarding AMS Travel Grants and how to become a Student Member of the AMS
AMS Student Mentorship Program sponsored by the AMS Board for Private Sector Meteorologists
This program is designed to allow academically superior students to obtain both the B.S. and the M.S. degree in Meteorology in five years of study.
EMSAGE, was formed in 2009 as a vehicle to foster our students’ global competence and to promote a spirit of integrity, service, and leadership. Find out how to graduate as an EMSAGE Laureate!
The Earth and Environmental Systems Institute is seeking EMS undergraduate students interested in enhancing environmental stewardship and outreach in the University community and beyond to become Environmental Student Ambassadors. Funds are available to support the activities of an ESA by applying with a faculty sponsor in your EMS department.
Interested in studying abroad? Find out more!