Students in GPHY 445 visit a development site in Gallatin County. 

Students in GPHY 445 visit a development site in Gallatin County. 

The opportunities to teach at the undergraduate level and to mentor graduate students were key motivations for my return to academia. I currently offer both undergraduate and graduate courses in the MSU Earth Sciences department. 

ESCI 102 CS Public Lands and Climate Change (F2014)

GPHY 121 Human Geography (every Fall) 

GPHY 326 Energy Resource Geography (every Spring)

GPHY 445/545 Growth & Change in the American West (every other spring, next offered 2018)

GPHY 591 Graduate Seminar in Resource Geography (F2015)

ERTH 594 | First Year Graduate Seminar (F2016)