TEACHING AND SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE

Above: Getting serious with the hand lens looking at metasedimentary rocks in British Columbia while teaching the University of Alberta 3rd Year Field School. 

PENN STATE:

 

  • Instructor, GEOSC 470 (Fall 2020): Intro to Field Geology 

  • Instructor, GEOSC 001 (Fall 2020): Physical Geology 

  • Instructor, GEOSC 201 (Spring 2020), Earth Materials 

  • Instructor, GEOSC 497 (Fall 2019: Special Topics, The Evolution of the Continental Crust

UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA:

 

  • Instructor, Precambrian Geology (EA432), 2014

  • Co-supervisor; Mike Belosevic, Directed Study (EA427), 2013

 

  • Guest Lecturer, Precambrian Geology, (EA432), 2012-2013

  • Guest Lecturer, Geochemistry (EA320), 2013

  • Guest Lecturer, Hudsonville High School Geology, 2011-2014

 

  • Teaching Assistant, Igneous Petrology (EA331) 2011-2013

  • Teaching Assistant, Metamorphic Petrology (EA332), 2012-2014

  • Teaching Assistant, Advanced Geology Field School (EA333), 2011-2014

  • Teaching Assistant, Mineralogy II (EA232), 2011

  • Teaching Assistant, Mineralogy I (EA224), 2010

Left: Amphibolite raft in a garnet-bearing S-type granite, Kootenay Mountains, British Columbia. 

© 2019 by Jesse Reimink.

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