ADL Alexander Dmitri Lusk
Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Wisconsin - Madison

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Teaching experience

Spring 2018: Teaching assistant, GEOL316 Petrologic Systems, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California.

Autumn 2017: Teaching assistant, GEOL160 Introduction to Geosystems, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California.

Spring 2017: Teaching assistant, GEOL321 Structural Geology and Tectonics, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California.

Autumn 2016: Teaching assistant, GEOL432 Field Techniques, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California.

Spring 2016: Instructor of record, Exploring California's National Parks, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California.

Autumn 2013, Spring 2014: Teaching assistant, GEOL105 Planet Earth, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California.

Rainbow Basin

USC undergraduates experimenting with drone mapping. Rainbow Basin, CA.



I have also had the opportunity to instruct and mentor undergraduate students in two Maymester field courses:

Geological Mapping in the Famatinian Orogen, NW Argentina, 2017

The Geological History of Southern Spain, 2018

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USC and La Rioja University undergraduates trying to stay warm. Puna, NW Argentina, Maymester 2017.



Mentoring:

Part of my time as a graduate student at USC has been spent advising and mentoring undergraduates as they explore hands-on research. I have mentored and worked with USC undergraduate students on the following projects:

White, M. (B.Sc., 2019); Using stable isotopes to determine the provenance of geo-fluids in the Famatinian Orogen, NW Argentina.

Rick, C. (B.Sc., 2019); Examining microstructural characteristics and petrology of shear zones in the from different structural settings within the Famatinian orogen, NW Argentina.

Hernandez, R. (B.Sc., 2018); Utilizing geophysical gravity data to model and better constrain the orientation and geometry of lithospheric discontinuities in NW Scotland.

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USC undergraduates in action. Southern Spain, Maymester 2018.


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