Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan


Announcing the 2012 Spring Undergraduate Recruiting Event

Posted: March 23, 2012

Earn your BSE in Earth System Science and Engineering

Date: Wednesday, April 4th
5:30 – 6:30 pm
AOSS Auditorium (2246 Space Research Bldg.)

The AOSS undergraduate BSE in Earth System Science and Engineering integrates  
engineering with atmospheric and space sciences.

Scheduled Speakers

  • Mark Moldwin, AOSS Associate Chair for Academic Affairs and Undergraduate Advising Chair, will discuss the general attributes of the department and program.
  • Storm-chasing Perry Samson will discuss extreme weather, including the weird weather we experienced during March
  • GUStO representative will talk about AOSS’s student organization

Don’t declare until you meet and talk with the students and faculty who:


  • Build instruments and study the climate, sun, space and planets
  • Explore our changing atmosphere and study how the climate affects us all
  • Develop forecasting skills for broadcast, storm analysis, and pollution and operational meteorology
  • Build models and predict Earth weather, space weather and planetary weather
  • Merge science and engineering into an integrated study of Earth, climate and space

Have some FUN, have some FOOD and get some FACTS!

More Information

For more information and to RSVP (so we have enough food), please send an email to

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