Fort Lewis College
Kimberly Hannula is a professor of geoscience at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO. Her main interests are in structural geology and tectonics. For more information, visit Kim Hannula's faculty web page from Fort Lewis College.
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Florida River Project - individual and group research project part of Undergraduate Research:2014 Workshop:Activities
The Florida River Project is a semester-long project involving (1) an individual project in which students pose a scientific question and use existing data to test their hypothesis, and (2) a group project in which ...
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Advanced Structural Geology part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Teaching the Methods of Geoscience:Course
This is an advanced course in structural geology, including discussion and lab. The course is focused around exploration of structural geology modeling software.
Earth Systems Science part of Introductory Courses:Courses
Our Earth Systems Science course is a fairly traditional lecture-style earth science survey course, designed to fulfill a Natural Environment requirement from a defunct general education program. The lab section ...
It's scary to feel uncertain part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Teaching the Methods of Geoscience:Essays
It's scary to feel uncertain Kim Hannula, Geosciences, Fort Lewis College About a month ago, I got a flyer in the mail advertising software to aid in three-dimensional visualization of geologic structures. ...
Conference Presentations (2)
Development of Spatial Thinking in Field and Structural Geology Courses part of Rendezvous 2015:Program:Abstracts
Spatial thinking skills are a fundamental part of the competencies expected from Geoscience majors, and field experiences are thought to play a critical role in developing spatial thinking skills. This study ...
Geology Transfer Scholars: A GEOPATHS Program Supporting Incoming Transfer Students Through an August Field Course part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2017:Program:Oral Sessions:Thursday A
Although many of the Fort Lewis College (FLC) geology graduates (38%) originated as transfer students, they have historically taken an extended time to graduate (on average, 3.7 years at FLC after transferring). ...
Other Contributions (8)
GP-Extra: Supporting the Academic and Social Integration of Incoming Transfer Students part of SAGE 2YC:Support Geoscience Transfer Students:Transfer Programs
Kimberly Hannula (PI) Gary Gianniny (Co-PI) Short Description At Fort Lewis College, one-third of the 120 geology majors are transfer students, many of whom are first-generation college students, Native Americans ...