Instructional Laboratory Manager
M181 Guyot Hall
photo credit: Princeton Alumni Weekly Jan. 30,
As Undergraduate Laboratory Manager in the Department of Geosciences,
I oversee the instructional laboratories for our undergraduate courses,
especially the entry level courses. This includes:
I am also involved in K-12 earth science education:
Curriculum development for laboratory sections and coordination with lecture
Training and supervison of graduate student laboratory instructors and
undergradatuate laboratory assistants. I also teach lab sections
Curating our teaching collection of rocks, minerals, and maps; managing
laboratory equipment and supplies; and managing the software and hardware
for computers in the teaching lab.
Since 1999, accompanying our Freshman Seminar on Active
Geological Processes on the week-long field trip to California.
See photo above taken atop the lateral moraine of one of the Sierra Nevada
glaciers, across Owen's Valley, towards the White Mountains (I'm in the
Other professional activities:
I am on the faculty of Princeton's Project QUEST, a summer science and
math institute for elementary school school teachers.
I conduct in-service workshops for local school districts.
I am a particpating scientist for the NSF-funded E=MC2
project , a K-6 science education program.