Education

Training leaders to transform our understanding of the natural world.

Consistently ranked as one of the top geoscience departments in the world, our faculty take pride in preparing undergraduate and graduate students to be future leaders in academia, government, and industry.

In EAPS, you’ll find a vibrant learning community driven by shared curiosity about the natural world—and our place in it. Together, our students and researchers are engaged with challenging questions about the climate system, environmental change, natural resources, predicting and mitigating natural hazards, the origins of Earth and our solar system, and the tantalizing prospect of finding life beyond Earth.

Get a feel for our rigorous, interdisciplinary classes by exploring some of the offerings from our faculty on MIT OpenCourseWare.

“EAPS is an inspiring setting to delve into fundamental questions regarding the dynamics of our planet…and with direct implications for modern society.”

Joanna Millstein, Phd ’23

Meet the Education Office

We’re here to support every aspect of EAPS academic programming and are an important part of our students’ support network, helping to connect you with resources and opportunities.

Prospective students, if you have a question about academic life at MIT, or want to arrange a visit, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

Ann Greaney-Williams
Academic Administrator

Room: 54-910
Phone: 617-253-3380
Email: agreaney@mit.edu

On Campus Schedule: Mon, Wed, Thu
Remote Schedule: Tues, Fri

Responsible for administrating EAPS undergraduate and graduate programming. Advises students regarding degree requirements, career options, funding, policies and procedures, and Institute resources for student support.


Jamu White
Senior Academic Assistant

Room: 54-912
Phone: 617-253-3381
Email: jamuw@mit.edu

On Campus Schedule: Tue, Wed, Thu
Remote Schedule: Mon, Fri

Provides administrative support for the EAPS Education Office, including room scheduling, classrooms and supplies, reimbursements, Canvas sites, student appointments, and various forms, including grading and evaluations, registration, and thesis submissions.


Resources for Current Students

Current and newly admitted students, please use your MIT Touchstone account to view.

The Role of Diversity at MIT

A diverse student body is and has long been critical to the educational mission of MIT. We are committed to providing our students “with an education that combines rigorous academic study and the excitement of discovery with the support and intellectual stimulation of a diverse campus community.”

From the CUAFA Statement on the Role of Diversity in MIT’s Educational Mission.