Associate Professor of Geology, Department ChairEmail: email@example.com Phone: 608-363-2268 Room 433, Sanger Center for the Sciences
Jim works with students interested in how rocks and minerals can tell us about the workings of Earth’s interior and tectonic system. He also involves students in his petrology and geochemistry research of fluid-rock interactions in the crust.
In the Geology Department, Jim teaches Mineralogy, Petrology, Structural Geology, Field Geology, and Physical Geology.
In the Environmental Studies Program, Jim teaches courses about rural sustainability, with a focus on Japan.