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Job Prospects for GeoEnvironmental Science Graduates Look Rock Solid

by Tim Brunicardi

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, students in Hocking College's GeoEnvironmental Science Program can expect growth of new employment opportunities to be nearly twice the average of any other occupation. In fact, the job growth rate for this occupation can expect to climb to 12% over a 10-year period (2016-2026), which is nearly twice the average growth rate for all fields.

Hocking College's School of Natural Resources to Partake in Outdoor Life / Field & Stream Expo

by Tim Brunicardi

The Outdoor Life / Field & Stream EXPO is coming to the Ohio Expo Center located at the State Fairgrounds on March 15-17.

GeoEnvironmental Students Study Hocking River Valley Landscape

by Tim Brunicardi

The study of landscapes, their attributes, and origins is the primary interest of geologists. This sub-discipline of geology is known as geomorphology. This involves the study of Earth’s surficial processes and their results.

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GeoEnvironmental Science Students Examine Field-Evidence of the Last Ohio Sea

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Students from the GeoEnvironmental Science Program ascend a local highway road to cut in search of Ames limestone. This distinctive rock layer marks the last time seas flooded Ohio. This is a significant event in Ohio's geologic history and is one that's observed in the Historical Geology course at Hocking, which focuses on the geologic origin of the North American continent in particular.

Things To Do Near Hocking College in March

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

It's officially March 1 and we've got one thing on our mind...spring! With the hopes of warmer temperatures to come, here are several fun things for you to do near Hocking College this March.

How Do We Benefit From the Water and Wastewater Treatment Industries?

by Tim Brunicardi

Did you know only 3% of the world’s water is suitable for human consumption? Furthermore, it’s estimated that nearly two million children under the age of five will die due to being exposed to illnesses that are waterborne in nature. 

GeoEnvironmental Science Program Receives Rock Solid Reviews From Alumni

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you undecided about enrolling in Hocking College’s GeoEnvironmental Science Program? Then perhaps the testimonials found in this blog from some of its graduates will encourage you to follow through with this decision.

Hocking College's Wildlife Club Gives Students First-Hand Experience as a Wildlife Technician

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College's programs are all focused on real world, hands-on experience. The same can be said for Hocking College's Wildlife Club. The Wildlife Club provides many opportunities for students in the Natural Resources program to gain invaluable experience, network with professionals, and uncover the commonly asked question: What does a wildlife professional do?

Hocking College's Water & Wastewater Management Program to be Offered Online

by Tim Brunicardi

Beginning in May 2019, classes in the Hocking College’s Water & Wastewater Management program will be available to take online. Students who make the decision to enroll in this program will have the opportunity to get an Associate of Technical Study in Natural Resources: Major in Water and Wastewater Management degree in only two years.

New Hocking College Birding Club Takes Flight

by Tim Brunicardi

If you’re interested in ornithology and the environment, you should consider joining Hocking College’s new Birding Club.

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