The Jackson School of Geosciences has many offices working together to keep our school among the most established and well regarded geoscience programs in the world.
The Jackson School of Geosciences Career Services office coordinates activities where students, employers and alumni come together with the common goal of enhancing career opportunities. JSG Career Services hosts activities like our on-campus recruiting and interviewing with employers, company information sessions, Fall Texas Geosciences Career Fair, Spring Employer Spotlights and the JSG Undergraduate Externship program.
Our mission is to support and enable the mission of the Jackson School by providing reliable and compliant Fiscal Management, Reporting and Business Services. We are committed to delivering ongoing communication, providing readily available information regarding University Processes and Rules, creating processing efficiencies, and improving Financial reporting.
The University of Texas at Austin has awarded degrees in the geosciences for more than 125 years, and the Jackson School is proud to claim over 4600 alumni. This prestigious group represents some of the finest earth science minds in the business. The school created the Friends and Alumni Network (FANs) to keep all UT geo graduates and friends with an interest in the geosciences connected.
The mission of the Jackson School of Geosciences Communications Office is to help build and enhance awareness of the Jackson School and its units and increase the understanding of the value of geosciences and their benefit to society.
The IT Office has provided information and guides for typical issues JSG users encounter. If you are unable to resolve the issues yourself, please submit a IT Help Ticket. Please submit as much information as possible so we can route your issue to the correct people. We will resolve your issue or look into your request as soon as we can.
The Office of Broader Impacts of Geoscience Research (BIGR) was created to develop and sustain an integrated program of broader impacts of geoscience research. BIGR will assist faculty, research scientists, students, alumni and staff with broader impacts and use broader impacts to increase and sustain diversity, equity and inclusion in JSG. Broader Impacts of research and teaching, as defined by the National Science Foundation, include broadening participation in the sciences, benefiting society, broadening dissemination to advance understanding, and promoting training and learning.