School of Environment
Welcome to the School of Environment
The School of Environment is the place to study and research in Geography, Earth Sciences (Geology), Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Geophysics and Geographical Information Science.
Our research and teaching addresses the earth surface and subsurface, climate, social, economic and cultural processes that shape our world. Learn more by visiting Our school.
20 December 2016A “dynamic educational outreach event” is how Professor Kathy Campbell describes the MBIE funded Unlocking Curious Minds project that saw 20 secondary school students attend an exclusive astrobiology field trip in December 2016.
Revived interest in space exploration
06 December 2016Our own Professor Kathleen Campbell is interviewed on the Paul Henry Show by Mark Sainsbury about Russia's plans to ramp up its efforts to land a dozen cosmonauts on the moon.
Ihaka lectures 2017: Statistical computing in a (more) static environment (Science Event Tags, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, Department of Statistics) Event as iCalendar
29 March 2017, 6pmIn the final lecture in the 2017 Ihaka lecture series Associate Professor Ross Ihaka (Department of Statistics, University of Auckland) will discuss at some of the problems associated with implementing a more static statistical computing environment.
Ihaka lectures 2017: Expressing yourself with R (Science Event Tags, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, Department of Statistics) Event as iCalendar
08 March 2017Launching our 2017 Ihaka Lecture Series, Hadley Wickham will discuss R as a language, a medium of communication between you and the computer, and you and other programmers.