Associate Professor of Geology on the Harold Alderfer Chair in Environmental Studies
Abbreviated CV (.pdf) (2 pages)
|Department of Geology|
|Bryn Mawr College||ph. 610-526-5110|
|101 N. Merion Avenue||fax 610-526-5086|
|Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 USA|
|2001||PhD, Geological Sciences||University of Colorado, Boulder, CO|
|1995||MS, Geological Sciences||University of Maine, Orono, ME|
|1991||BS Geology||Duke University, Durham, NC|
|Application of sedimentological, geophysical and geochemical techniques to study coastal processes, paleoceanography/paleoclimatology and geoarchaeology.|
|2006-present||Associate Professor||Department of Geology, Bryn Mawr College|
|2000-06||Assistant Professor||Department of Geology, Bryn Mawr College|
|1995-'00||Graduate Research Assistant||University of Colorado, Institute of Arctic & Alpine Research, and Dept. of Geological Sciences; PhD research supported by three NSF grants (to Andrews, Farmer & Jennings).|
|1987-'94||Geologic and GIS Consultant||
Coastal/marine geology and GIS mapping for the Maine Geological Survey; AquaTech Inc., and Wright-Pierce Engineers, Maine; and Kearney Centaur Consulting, Washington, DC.
|1991-'93||Research Assistant||University of Maine; MS research supported by fellowship from NOAA Sea Grant College Program. (advisors: J.T. Kelley, D.F. Belknap)|
|1989-'90||Undergrad. Research Assistant||Duke University Program for Study of Developed Shorelines. (advisor: Orrin H. Pilkey, Jr.)|
|1985-'89||Research Technician||Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute; Univ. of Southern California; and Duke Univ. Marine Lab, ten months total time at-sea in the Pacific.|
American Geophysical Union, member since 1987.
Geological Society of America, member since 1991.
Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), member since 1994.