Sue mentors students interested in water resources management and campus sustainability efforts.
Sue works with students interested in managing and restoring aquatic resources like springs, streams, and lakes. She also involves students in her hydrogeology research.
In the Geology Department, Sue teaches Hydrogeology, Surface Processes and Landforms, and Environmental Geology.
In the Environmental Studies Program, Sue teaches Interdisciplinary Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Sue is also the faculty advisor for the Revolving Loan Fund, Green Team, and Terracycle Group.