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Greetings EAPS Alumni!

Welcome to Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences Alumni's home page - working to connect the EAPS family. 

Events and Announcements:

  • EAPS will host a reception at the 2019 Geological Society of America annual meeting; details to be announced.
Purdue Alumni

EAPS Alumni Magazine - "Inside EAPS":

EAPS Recognitions and Awards:
Congratulations to those alumni recently recognized as College of Science Distinguished Alumni and EAPS Outstanding Alumni.


Questions? Please email the department: eaps-alumni@purdue.edu

Alumni in the News

Dr. Feustel assigned to International Space Station

Dr. Andrew Feustel

NASA is assigning veteran astronaut Andrew Feustel and first-flight astronaut Jeanette Epps to missions aboard the International Space Station in 2018. Feustel will launch in March 2018 for his first long-duration mission, serving as a flight engineer on Expedition 55, and later as commander of Expedition 56.

Dr. Feustel received a B.S. degree in Solid Earth Sciences and an M.S. degree in Geophysics from EAPS. The rest of the NASA press release can be found on NASA’S website.


Dr. Hurrell named President of AGU Atmospheric Sciences section

Dr. James Hurrell

Dr. Jim Hurrell, Director of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), has been named President-elect of the American Geophysical Union’s Atmospheric Sciences section.

Dr. Hurrell received a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences from Purdue University in 1990, and has since enjoyed a career at places such as the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research and the Climate and Global Dynamics Laboratory.

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