Eric Baer


Highline Community College

I am an instructor at Highline Community College who teaches a wide variety of geoscience courses including Geologic Catastrophes. I also am a PI on the "Math You Need When You Need It", a project to develop and test online quantitative support modules for introductory geoscience students. I have a particular interest in developing a community of community college faculty to exchange information and ideas about the wide variety of roles that we fill. To that end, I have been involved in several projects that support 2YC faculty attendance and participation at the national meetings of the Geological Society of America. My PhD in volcanology is from the University of California Santa Barbara and my Bachelor's degree in Geology is from Carleton College.  

Workshop Leader and Participant


Member of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Pacific Northwest Section, Geo2YC: The Two-Year College Division, Geoscience Education Research Division

Workshop Leader (13 workshops)

Workshop Participant (7 workshops)