Courses Taught at UConn
Below is a list of courses I have taught at the University of Connecticut . All are (or were) graded courses for 3-4 academic credits. I exclude ad hoc courses: first year experience, independent study, senior thesis, internship, and so forth.
Complete descriptions for present undergraduate courses are available from the university catalog at http://www.catalog.uconn.edu/.
GEOL 4210: Glacial Processes & Materials
GEOL 3210: Earth Surface Processes
ANTH 5305: Archaeological Geology
AMST 1070: Honors Core: Walden and the American Landscape
INTD 1700: Honors Core: Walden, A History
SCI 1051: Geoscience Through American Studies
GEOL 1051-1050: Earth and Life Through Time
GEOL 223/323: Glacial Processes and Materials
ANTH 305: Seminar in Geoarchaeology
GEOL 111: Age of the Dinosaurs
GEOL 102: Introductory Geology
GEOL 295: Global Climate Change
GEOL 101: Environmental Geology
GEOL/EEB 205: Current Issues in Environmental Science
GEOL 305: Graduate Seminar in Tectonic Geomorphology
GEOL 220: Principles of Geomorphology
GEOL 226: Quaternary Stratigraphy
PHOTO BANNER: False color infared aerial photo of the Malaspina Glacier on the Alaskan coastal plain, a good surrogate for lobes of the Laurentide Ice Sheet (credit NASA). Pedestrian pathways cross-cut campus on ground that is unusually level for southern New England, in this case because campus sits above an uplifted Neogene erosion surface. Pleistocene archaeological site being excavated near Delta, Alaska in my favorite material, loess, windblown glacial dust. Close-up of quarried granite from a building in New London, CT contains biotite, quartz and pink orthoclase (every geology professor needs at least one photo of a rock on their website).