Academics

LTRR graduate students receive their degrees through one of many affiliated departments. We encourage students from diverse backgrounds to become actively involved in all aspects of our community.

Courses Offered

View typical courses offered by LTRR faculty to decide which classes appeal to your interests.

A two-year plan of courses typically taught through GEOS (including many LTRR classes) can be found here

Current Classes 

See what is being offered by LTRR faculty this semester.

Graduate Program

Of particular interest is the new Graduate Certificate in Dendrochronology, a unique chance to obtain formal certification in this field.

The LTRR collaborates with students working toward advanced degrees. Check out what current grads are doing.

Read the technical details about the graduate study in the Graduate Student Handbook.

Undergraduate Program

The LTRR encourages undergraduates to become involved in the LTRR by taking classes taught by our faculty and by seeking employment. Contact the Main Office for employment inquiries.

Student Awards

The Douglass, Schulman, and Bristlecone Awards are given to LTRR students.