Dave Gosselin

Dave Gosselin

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  • My Story
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  • Interests
  • Grants
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  • Courses Taught

Contact Information

TitleEarth System Scientist | UNL Environmental Studies, Director
Faculty RankProfessor
Address150a North Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583–0941
Phone
  • office: 402-472-8919
  • fax: 402-472-3610
E-maildgosselin2@unl.edu
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Office Hours

MWF 8:00

My Story

Hi, I'm Dave Gosselin, a professor of Earth science in the School of Natural Resources. I am also the sirector of UNL's environmental studies program, which currently serves more than 100 undergraduate students. Over the past 15 years, developing educational programs in the area of Earth systems science has become my passion. My work in Earth systems science education started by providing professional development opportunities for K-12 educators as the director of the Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network (NESEN). The NESEN theme is to create a community among Earth science educators and scientists. For more information on NESEN, please see our homepage at http://nesen.unl.edu. My work with K-12 educators has involved traditional classroom teaching, summer workshops, and most recently the delivery of online, distance-delivered courses, as part of the Laboratory Earth professional development series. In 1999, I received the Catalyst Award from the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Science, a group that works closely with NESEN.

The common theme among my research activities throughout my career has been geochemistry, water-rock interaction and fluid migration. Most recently, my work has emphasized understanding the occurrence of arsenic and uranium in public water supplies and trying to develop a more economic approach to dealing with this water quality issue. I have also worked to understand the relationship between groundwater and surface water. In this context, I have been involved in physical hydrogeologic investigations, groundwater-lake modeling, and the use of remote sensing to study variability in lake behavior over large geographic areas.

David C. GosselinDave takes a water sample from a Sand Hills lake.

Since getting my Ph.D., my research has evolved from working in high-temperature environments to low-temperature surface and groundwater systems. My low temperature work has involved the application of major ions, rare earth elements, radiogenic isotopes, natural uranium, thorium radionuclides, and the stable isotopes of oxygen and hydrogen, to assess the history of groundwater movement through geologic materials.

My doctoral research emphasized the Archean rocks in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and focused more specifically on elemental behavior and fluid migration at mid-crustal levels. My interest in remote sensing evolved out of my work on planetary materials, and colleagues using remotely sensed planetary data sets.

Selected Publications

Gosselin, D., Bralower, T., Manduca, C., Egger, A. 2019. Preparing Students to Address Societally Relevant Challenges in the Geosciences: The InTeGrate Approach. Interdisciplinary Teaching About Earth and the Environment for a Sustainable Future. Springer
Gosselin, D., Egger, A., Taber, J. 2019. "Interdisciplinary Teaching About Earth and the Environment for a Sustainable Future," in Springer Nature - Association of Environmental Sciences and Studies (AESS) Book Series, Springer. pp. 2.
Gosselin, David C., Egger, Anne E., Taber, John (Eds.). 2019. Interdisciplinary Teaching About Earth and the Environment for a Sustainable Future. Springer International Publishing
Gosselin, D., Vincent, S., Boone, C., Danielson, A., Parnell, R., Pennington, D. 2016. Introduction to the special issue: Negotiating Boundaries: Effective Leadership of Interdisciplinary Environmental and Sustainability Programs. Journal Environmental ScOnline
Gosselin, D., Burian, S., Lutz, T., MAxon, J. (2015). Integrating Geoscience into Undergraduate Education about Environment, Society, and Sustainability using Place-Based Learning: Three Examples. Journal of Environmental Studies and Science.Online
Gosselin, D., Cooper, S., Lawton, S., Bonnstetter, R. J., Bonnstetter, B. (2015). Lowering the walls and crossing boundaries: Applications of experiential learning and business-based assessments to teaching collaboration. Journal of Environmental Studies
O’Connell, K., Bruckner, M., Gosselin, D., Manduca, C. (2015). Supporting Interdisciplinary Teaching about the Earth with the InTeGrate Website. Journal of Environmental Studies and Science. 6: 354-359.
Pennington, D., Bammer, G., Danielson, A., Gosselin, D., Gouvea, J., Habron, G., Hawthorne, D., Parnell, R., Thompson, K., Vincent, S., Wei, C. (2015). The EMBeRS Project: Employing Model-Based Reasoning in Socio-Environmental Synthesis. Journal of Enviro
Gosselin, D., Bonnstetter, R., Bonnstetter, B. (2014). Application of Business-Oriented Assessments to Improve Coach and Player Interactions: A Case Study. Soccer Journal. 59: 44.
Gosselin, D., Cooper, S., Bonnstetter, R., Bonnstetter, B. J. (2013). Exploring the Assessment of 21st Century Professional Competencies of Undergraduate Students in Environmental Studies through a Business – Academic Partnership. Journal of Environmental
Gosselin, D., Parnell, R., Smith-Sebasto, N. J., Vincent, S. (2013). Integration of Sustainability in Higher Education: Three Case Studies of Curricular Implementation. Journal of Environmental Studies and Science, 3, 316–330.Online
David C Gosselin, Christine Haney, Cindy Larson-Miller, Ron Bonnstetter, Carole Mandryk. 2012. Laboratory Earth Under the Lens: Diachronic Evaluation of an Integrated Graduate-Level On-Line Earth System Science Course Series for K-12 Educators' Russann L
Stotler, R., Harvey, F.E., and D.C. Gosselin, 2010, A Black Hills-Madison Aquifer Origin for Groundwater in the Dakota Aquifer of Northeastern Nebraska, Ground Water, 48(3), p. 448-464.Online
Harvey, F.E., Ayers, J.F. and Gosselin, D.C. 2008. Ground Water Dependence of Endangered Ecosystems: An Example from Nebraska's Saline Wetlands, Journal of Ground Water. 45(6):736-752.Online
Gosselin, D.C., L.M. Klawer, R. M. Joeckel, F.E. Harvey, A.R. Reade, and K. McVey. 2006. Arsenic in Rural Public Water Supplies, Nebraska, U.S.A., Great Plains Research. 16:137-148.Online
Gosselin, D.C., V. Srihdar, F.E. Harvey and J.W. Goeke. 2006. Hydrological effects and groundwater fluctuations in interdunal environments in the Nebraska Sand Hills. Great Plains Research, 16:17-28.Online
Anumalla, S, Ramamurthy, B., Gosselin, D., and Burbach, M. 2005. Groundwater monitoring using smart sensors. Proceedings of the IEEE EIT Conference, May 22-25, 2005, Lincoln, NE.Online
Bonnstetter R.J. and D.C. Gosselin. 2004. Present Status on Earth Science Education in the USA. Proceedings of the Joint Conference (SITH2003) of The 38th Conference of Société Internationale des Techniques Hydrothermales and The 56th Annual Meeting of th
Gosselin, D. C., Klawer, L., Noe, A., 2004. Arsenic in Nebraska's Groundwater and Public Water Systems. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 8.Online
Gosselin, D.C., F.E. Harvey, C.D. Frost, R. Stotler, and A. Macfarlane. 2004. Strontium isotope geochemistry of ground water in the central part of the Great Plains (Dakota) aquifer. Applied Geochemistry. 19:359–377.Online
Gooelin, D.C., Harvey, F.E., Frost, C., Stotler, R., Macfarlane, P.A. 2003. Strontium Isotope Geochemistry in the Central Part of the Great Plains (Dakota) Aquifer, U.S.A.. Applied Geochemistry. 19(3):359-377.
Gosselin, D., Joeckel, R.M., Carlson, M.P. 2003. History, Geology and Water in the Lower Platte River Valley in Eastern Nebraska. Lincoln, NE: Association of American Sate Geologist.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Harvey, F.E., Flowerday, C.F. 2003. Geology, Groundwater Chemistry and Management of the Dakota Aquifer in Nebraska. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 6.Online
Gosselin, D.C., R.H. Levy, and R.J. Bonnstetter. 2003. Using Earth science research to develop collaboration between scientists at a research university and K-12 educators: Insights for future efforts. Journal of Geoscience Education. 51:113-120.
Nowatzki, T.M., B. Nimi, K. Warren, S. Putnam, L. Meinke, D.Gosselin, F.E. Harvey, T.E. Hunt, and B. Siegried. 2003. In-Field Labeling of Western Corn Rootworm Adults (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) with Rubidium.96(6):1750-1759.
Gosselin, D.C. and J.L. Macklem-Hurst. 2002. Pre/Post Knowledge Assessment of an Earth Science Course for Elementary/Middle School Education Majors. Journal of Geoscience Education. 50:169-176.
Gosselin, D. C., 2001. Environmental Change and the Central Great Plains, Past, Present and Future. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4.Online
Gosselin, D.C. 2001. Environmental Change and the Central Great Plains, Water Resources. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 6.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Harvey, F.E., Frost, C.D. 2001. Geochemical Evolution of Ground Water in The Great Plains (Dakota) Aquifer of Nebraska, Implications for the Management of a Regional Aquifer System. Ground Water 39(1):98-108.
Gosselin, D.C., Khisty, M. 2001. Simulating the influence of two shallow, flow-through lakes on a ground water system. Hydrogeology Journal. 9:476-486 (Journal Series Number:13342).
Gosselin, D.C., M.J. Khisty. 2001. Simulating the Influence of Two Shallow, Flow-through Lakes on a Groundwater System, Implications for Groundwater Mounds and Hinge Lines. Journal of Hydrogeology 9(0):9.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Rundquist, D.C., McFeeters, S. 2000. Remote Monitoring of Selected Groundwater-Dominated Lakes in the Nebraska Sand Hills. American Water Resources Association. 36(5):1039-1052.Online
Gosselin, D.G., D.C. Rundquist, S.K. McFeeters 2000 (RS-288). Remote Monitoring of Selected Ground-water Dominated Lakes in the Nebraska Sand Hills. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 36(5):13.Online
Gosselin, D.G., S. Lowrey, S.J. Meyer. 2002. Process-Oriented Environmental Change Curriculum-Development Workshops. Journal of Geoscience Education 48(0):6.Online
Mesarch, Mark A., Steve J. Meyer and David C. Gosselin (2000, September) A flexible K-12 weather data collection and education program. Electronic Journal of Science Education [Online serial] 5(1).Online
Gosselin, D. C., J. Headrick, F.E. Harvey, R. Tremblay, K. McFarland 1999. Fluoride in Nebraska's Ground Water. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 0(0):9.Online
Gosselin, D.C., R. Feurer, S. Frack, A. Musson, L. Mayo, C. Karel, E. Schafer, C. Snyder, J. Sarchett and M. Alfieri. 1999. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network Electronic Communication Project. Journal of Geoscience Education. 47:12-16.
Gosselin, D.C., R. Feurer, S. Frack., A. Musson, L. Mayo, C. Karel, E. Schaefer, C. Snyder, J. Sarchett, M.L. Alfieri 1999. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network Electronic Communication Project. Journal of Geoscience Education 47(0):5.
Gosselin, D.C., S. Drda, F. E. Harvey, and J. Goeke 1999. Hydrologic Dynamics of Two Interdunal Valleys in the Central Sand Hills Nebraska. Ground Water. 37:924-933
Gosselin, D.C., S. Drda, F. E. Harvey, and J. Goeke. 1999. Hydrologic Dynamics of Two Interdunal Valleys in the Central Sand Hills Nebraska. Ground Water. 37:924-933.Online
Ayers, J. F., Chen, X-H., Gosselin, D. C., 1998 (RS-245). Behavior of Nitrate-Nitrogen Movement Around a Pumping High-Capacity Well, A Field Example. Ground Water 36:325-337.Online
Chen, X-H. and D.C. Gosselin. 1998. Numerical Simulation of Radial Gas Flow, Effects of Soil Anisotropy, Well Placement, and Surface Seal. Journal of Hydrological Engineering 0(0):10.
Chen, X-H., J.F. Ayers, D.C. Gosselin 1998. Analysis of Nitrate-Nitrogen Movement Near High-Capacity Irrigation Wells. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 18(4):9.Online
Szilagyi, J., D.C. Rundquist, D.C, Gosselin, and Parlange, M.B. 1998. NDVI Relationship to Monthly Evaporation. Geophysical Research Letters 25(10):1753-1756.Online
Szilagyi, J., D.C. Rundquist, D.C. Gosselin, and M.B. Parlange 1998. NDVI relationship to monthly evaporation. Geophysical Research Letters. 25:1753-1756.Online
Gosselin, D.C. 1997. Major-ion Chemistry of Compositionally Diverse Lakes, Western Nebraska, U.S.A.: Implications for Paleoclimatic Interpretations. Journal of Paleolimnology 17(0):17.
Gosselin, D.C., J. Headrick, R. Tremblay, X-H. Chen. And S.E. Summerside. 1997. Domestic Well Water Quality in Rural Nebraska: Focus on Nitrate-Nitrogen, Pesticides and Coliform Bacteria. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 17(2):77-87.Online
Gosselin, D.C., M. Khisty, D.C. Rundquist, and F.E. Harvey. 1997. Natural Responses of Shallow Lakes and Wetlands to Climatic, Environmental Change, Focus on the Nebraska Sand Hills. The Great Plains Symposium, The Ogallala Aquifer, 26th Annual Nebraska W
Gosselin, D.C., P.E. Nabelek, Z.E. Peterman, and S. Sibray. 1997. A Reconnaissance Study of Oxygen, Hydrogen and Strontium Isotopes in Geochemically Diverse Lakes, Western Nebraska, USA. Journal of Paleolimnology 17(0):51-65.Online
Gosselin, D.C., D.R. Mohlman, M.A. Mesarch, and S.J. Meyers. 1996. Nebraska Earth Science Education Network, A University-Teacher Connection. Science Education International 7(2):4.
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Missouri River Lowlands. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Platte River Valley. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. Pp. 4.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- South Central Plains. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Southwestern Tablelands. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- East Central Dissected Plains. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 10.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- Missouri River Lowlands. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 9-13.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- Northern Panhandle Tablelands. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 10.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- Sand Hills. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 11.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- South Central Plains. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 9-13.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- Southern Panhandle Tablelands. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 10.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- Southwestern Tablelands. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 9-13.
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Water-well Quality in Nebraska -- Hat Creek-White River Drainage Basin. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Water-well Quality in Nebraska -- North Central Tablelands. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 4.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- East Central Dissected Plains. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Northeast Glacial Drift Area. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Northern Panhandle Tablelands. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. 4Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Republican River Valley and Dissected Plains. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Southeastern Glacial Drift Area. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Southern Panhandle Tablelands. L incoln: Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska. pp. Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E. 1996.Regional Analysis of Rural Domestic Well-water Quality -- Platte River Valley. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division. pp. 9-13.Online
Gosselin, D.C., Headrick, J., Chen, X-H., Summerside, S.E., 1996. Regional Hydrogeologic Summaries from Domestic Well-water Quality in Rural Nebraska -- Sand Hills. Lincoln: University of Nebraska. pp. 4.Online
Ayers, J.F., and D.C. Gosselin. 1995. Design of a Multi-Level Monitoring Well for Continuous Sample Collection. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 15(4):6.
Gosselin, D.C. 1995. Nebraska Net Links Teachers. Geotimes 0(0):1.
Gosselin, D.C., D.R. Mohlman, F.V. Belohlavy, A.M. Martherne, and J.L. Wright. 1995. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network Initiative. Journal of Geological Education 43(0):26-29.Online
Gosselin, D.C. S. Sibray, J.F. Ayers. 1994. Geochemistry of K-rich Alkaline Lakes, Western Sandhills, Nebraska, USA. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 58(5):1403-1418.
Gosselin, D.C., J.F. Ayers, and Y-K. Zhang. 1994. Modeling Concentration Variations in High-Capacity Wells: Implications for Groundwater Sampling. Implications for Groundwater Sampling. Water Resources Bulletin 30(4):10.
Kranz W.L., Gosselin, D.C., Hay, D.L., Goeke, J.W. 1993. Glossary of Water-Related Terms. Extension, University of Nebraska.
Gosselin, D.C., M.R. Smith, E.A. Lepel, J.C. Laul. 1992. Rare-Earth Elements in Chloride-Rich Groundwater, Palo Duro Basin, Texas, USA. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 56(4):1495-1505.
Gosselin, D. C., Papike, J. J., Zartman, R. E., Peterman, Z. E., Laul, J. C., 1988 (RS-100). Archean Rocks of the Black Hills, South Dakota--Reworked Basement from the Dakota Segment of the Trans-Hudson Orogen. Geological Society of America Bulletin 100(
Gosselin, D.C., Papike, J.J., Laul, J.C., Simon, S.B. 1986. Petrology, Chemistry and Origin of Apollo 15 Regolith Breccias. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 50(12):18.
Metzger, E., Gosselin, D., Huyck-Orr, C. (in press). Sustainable Development Goal 4. Development Goals: Facilitating Responsible Earth Stewardship. Springer Nature.

Background

Education

DegreeMajorInstitutionYear Awarded
Doctorate of PhilosophyGeologySouth Dakota School of Mines and Technology1987
Bachelor of ScienceGeologyCollege of St. Thomas1982

 

Affiliations

 

Awards

TitleAwarded byYear Awarded
Parent’s Recognition AwardUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Teaching Council and Parents Association2020
Spirit of Service AwardCenter for Civic Engagement2016
Omtvedt Innovation Award for TeachingUNL-IANR2014

 

Professional Organizations

NamePosition
Association for Environmental Studies and SciencesMember of Board of Directors (2016)

 

Websites

 

SNR Program Areas

  • Environmental Science

Areas of Interest/Expertise

  • Groundwater Chemistry
  • Environmental Isotopes
  • Groundwater and Surface
  • Water Relationships
  • Sand Hills Hydrology
  • Science Education
  • Dakota aquifer/stratigrphy/geochemistry
  • Isotope hydrology for environmental tracking
  • Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network
  • Water quality
  • Wetlands

Grants

Currently this page only displays grants that were awarded on 1/1/ 2009 to the present. If a grant was awarded prior to 1/1/ 2009 and is still active, it will not be displayed on this page.

Grant TitleSTEP Center: InTeGrate: Interdisciplinary Teaching of Geoscience for a Sustainable Future (additional funding)
Starting Date12/01/2016

Investigator(s)

Ending Date11/30/2017
Funding Level$11,260.00
Funding AgencyCarleton College

 

Grant TitleSTEP Center: InTeGrate: Interdisciplinary Teaching of Geoscience for a Sustainable Future (additional funding)
Starting Date12/01/2013

Investigator(s)

Ending Date11/30/2016
Funding Level$28,292.00
Funding AgencyCarleton College

 

Grant TitleSTEP Center: InTeGrate: Interdisciplinary Teaching of Geoscience for a Sustainable Future (additional funding)
Starting Date12/01/2013

Investigator(s)

Ending Date11/30/2015
Funding Level$28,892.00
Funding AgencyCarleton College

 

Grant TitleInTeGrated: Teaching Geosciences (additional funding)
Starting Date12/01/2012

Investigator(s)

Ending Date11/30/2013
Funding Level$27,708.00
Funding AgencyCarleton College

 

Grant TitleInTeGrate: Teaching Geoscience
Starting Date12/01/2011

Investigator(s)

Ending Date11/30/2012
Funding Level$27,141.00
Funding AgencyCarleton College

 

Grant TitleConnecting Youth to Science
Starting Date08/01/2011

Investigator(s)

Ending Date08/30/2011
Funding Level$8,073.00
Funding AgencyNational Council for Science and the Environment

 

Grant TitleGlobal Climate Change Education
Starting Date01/01/2011

Investigator(s)

Ending Date12/31/2013
Funding Level$349,973.00
Funding AgencyNational Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Grant TitleEnhanced NASA Resources for Educators: Supporting Professional Development
Starting Date09/01/2010

Investigator(s)

Ending Date03/31/2011
Funding Level$9,800.00
Funding AgencyUniversity of Nebraska-Omaha/National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Grant TitleConnecting Youth to Science through Experiences in Nature
Starting Date08/01/2010

Investigator(s)

Ending Date12/31/2011
Funding Level$5,086.00
Funding AgencyNational Council for Science and the Environment

 

Grant TitleEarth Systems Literacy for Educators: Support for an Assistant Professor of Practice
Starting Date08/01/2009

Investigator(s)

Ending Date05/31/2010
Funding Level$7,500.00
Funding AgencyUniversity of Nebraska-Omaha/National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Grant TitleGlobal Climate Change Literacy for Educators: Using On-line Professional Development to Integrate Content and Pedagogy
Starting Date07/01/2009

Investigator(s)

Ending Date06/30/2011
Funding Level$146,688.00
Funding AgencyNational Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Grant TitleGlobal Climate Change Literacy for Educators: Using On-line Professional Development to Integrate Content and Pedagogy (additional funding)
Starting Date07/01/2009

Investigator(s)

Ending Date06/30/2011
Funding Level$29,305.00
Funding AgencyNational Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Grant TitleEarth Systems Literacy for Educators: Professional Development FY10
Starting Date02/01/2009

Investigator(s)

Ending Date03/01/2010
Funding Level$7,500.00
Funding AgencyUniversity of Nebraska-Omaha/National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Grant TitleEarth Systems Literacy for Educators: Professional Development
Starting Date01/01/2009

Investigator(s)

Ending Date12/31/2009
Funding Level$7,500.00
Funding AgencyUniversity of Nebraska-Omaha/National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

Advising

Graduate Programs

Master of Applied Science

Master of Science in Natural Resource Sciences
including specializations in

  • Hydrological Sciences

Doctorate of Philosophy in Natural Resource Sciences
including specializations in

  • Hydrological Sciences

Courses Taught

Course NumberCourse TitleFall Even YearsFall Odd YearsSpring Even YearsSpring Odd YearsSummer SessionCross Listing
ENVR 101Environmental Studies OrientationX
ENVR 201Science, Systems, Environment & SustainabilityX
ENVR 249Individual and Cultural Perspectives on the EnvironmentX
ENVR 319Environmental Engagement and the CommunityX
NRES 108Earth's Natural Resource Systems LaboratoryXX