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Earth System Science & Environmental Engineering

Earth System Science & Environmental Engineering


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ESE Program together with Earth Engineering Center co-hosted the conference Rethinking the Way We Manage, Repurpose Waste (

Human activity is increasingly perturbing our fragile environment by depleting our natural resources, destroying ecosystems and accelerating climate change.  A sustainable planet requires engineers and scientists to understand the impact of their decisions on built and natural systems.

ESE faculty are involved in cutting-edge research with government agencies like NOAA and NASA and industry leaders such as Raytheon and Lockheed Martin. Research activities are real-world goal oriented in fields such as air pollution, water quality, soil moisture assessment, vegetation health and many more environmental fields.
Students in this program can pursue the Bachelor of Engineering degree in Earth System Science and Environmental Engineering; the Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Earth System Science; the Master of Science and Professional Science Master in Earth Systems and Environmental Engineering.
Students in this program are engaged  with industry professionals enabling a holistic approach to creative realistic, forward-looking applications in the Earth Engineering Center|CCNY  and  Combustion and Catalysis Lab .

ADVISING for Spring 2019 started!




Please join us with congratulations to ESE alumna Agata Bugala with the NYWEA award

Internship opportunity

New publication: 

Role of plastics in decoupling municipal solid waste and economic growth in the U.S.

Mark Campmier

is named the Great Grad 2018


plastic waste can be converted into energy and fuels


Lawrence Vulis (NASA ESSF) and Stanley Ko (NSF GRFP)


ENGR I9500 Professional Seminar and Special Topics in Earth Systems & Environmental Engineering

Seminar series given by: The Earth Engineering Center at City College of New York (EEC|CCNY), See syllabus here

Safat Chowdhury 

is named the Great Grad 2017

ESE led Interdisciplinary Team Wins First Prize from EPA
How can stormwater runoff be effectively managed while benefiting the campus community and environment? In designing a solution, CCNY students won first prize for their innovative green infrastructure project in the EPA 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge

Please congratulate Lawrence, Agata and Alexander!

Contact Information

Program Director

Program Administrator

Prof. Marco Castaldi

Steinman Hall Room 307

160 Convent Avenue

New York, NY  10031

p:  212.650.6679


Dr. Liubov Kreminska

Steinman Hall Room 421

160 Convent Avenue

New York, NY 10031

p: 212.650.8299