Fall 2014 GEOL 505 (New Graduate Student Seminar)—13 students
Spring 2014 GEOL 601 (Carbonate Chemistry)—10 students
Fall 2013 GEOL 505 (New Graduate Student Seminar)—20 Students
Spring 2013 GEOL 601 (Geobiology Seminar—Carbonate Chemistry)—8 students
Fall 2012 GEOL 107 (Elements of Oceanography)—125 Students
Spring 2012 Sabbatical
Fall 2011 GEOL 385 (Undergraduate Research Training)—6 Students
Fall 2011 GEOL 108 (Crises of a Planet)—120 Students
Spring 2010 GEOL 107 (Elements of Oceanography)—150 Students
Spring 2010 GEOL 601 (Seminar in Geobiology—Biomineralization)—7 graduate students, team taught with F. Corsetti and D. Bottjer
Fall 2010 GEOL 560 (Marine Sedimentary Geochemistry)—12 graduate students.
Spring 2009 GEOL 601 (Seminar in Geobiology—Non-Actualistic biosignatures)—8 Graduate Students, team taught with F. Corsetti, D. Bottjer, and S. Feakins
Spring 2009 GEOL 107 (Elements of Oceanography)—160 Students"
Fall 2008 GEOL 511 (Carbonates)—11 Graduate Students, team taught with F. Corsetti
Spring 2008 GEOL 601 (Seminar in Geobiology—Crises)—7 Graduate Students, team taught with F. Corsetti, D. Bottjer, and R. Douglas
Spring 2008 GEOL 107 (Elements of Oceanography)—110 Students
Fall 2007 GEOL/BISC 474 (Catalina Semester—Earth System and Ecosystem Function)—7 undergraduate students, co-taught with W. Ziebis
Fall 2007 Welcome Week Micro-Seminar – Biosignatures and the Search for Life
Spring 2007 GEOL 601 (Seminar in Geobiology—Anoxia)—6 grad students, team taught with F. Corsetti, D. Bottjer, and R. Douglas
Spring 2007 GEOL 107 (Elements of Oceanography)—130 Students
Fall 2006 GEOL/BISC 474 (Ecosystem Function and Earth Systems)-4 undergraduates—Instructor Evaluation = 3.50
Fall 2006 Welcome Week Micro-Seminar – Biosignatures and life on Mars
Summers 2002-2014 The International Summer Course in GeoBiology—16-20 students from a pool of applicants are selected each year representing a range of institutions, US and international. Six-week intensive course. I was executive director and instructor.