Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Departing supercell with double rainbow in Treadwell NY
Departing supercell with double rainbow in Treadwell NY
Janet R. Perna Science Building
Janet R. Perna Science Building
Geology, Meteorology, Environmental, and Biology Clubs join forces to cleanup Calhoun Creek in Morris NY
Geology, Meteorology, Environmental, and Biology Clubs join forces to cleanup Calhoun Creek in Morris NY
Earth Science and Biology Majors on the Rocky Mountain Field Trip
Earth Science and Biology Majors on the Rocky Mountain Field Trip
Cirrus and cirrostratus clouds above and valley fog below, Franklin Mountain, Oneonta NY
Cirrus and cirrostratus clouds above and valley fog below, Franklin Mountain, Oneonta NY

EAS Serves SUNY Oneonta Students

The award-winning faculty of EAS take great pride in combining high academic standards with a highly personalized approach to the learning process and individual student needs. We teach students in and outside the classroom. The fact that our graduates find satisfying career options attests to the effectiveness of our programs.

Our department upholds SUNY Oneonta's mission, values, and vision through the courses we offer and opportunities we provide to students.


 

Real-Time Weather in Oneonta

Want to know how cold or hot it is on campus? Click on the link below! Brought to you by the Meteorology Program.

Disclaimer: There is up to a 30 minute delay with the weather measurements from the equipment to the dashboard. The weather data are provided as is.

Contact

Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
209 Janet R. Perna Science Building
(607) 436-3707

Department Chairperson
Dr. Leigh M. Fall
leigh.fall@oneonta.edu


Instagram
Follow us on Instagram at earthandatmo.sunyoneonta 
Back to top