Fall 2021

Section 0807 of GEOG4
Physical Geography -- : Sep 07 - Dec 10 2021
Office hours and optional review sessions on Zoom to be flexibly scheduled around students' availability each week. This is a late start class. It will start two weeks late and will not meet during finals week. Late start classes are open to all students.

Section 0874 of GEOG4
Physical Geography -- : Sep 07 - Dec 10 2021
Office hours and optional review sessions on Zoom to be flexibly scheduled around students' availability each week. This is a late start class. It will start two weeks late and will not meet during finals week. Late start classes are open to all students.

Spring 2021

Section 4931 of GEOG4
Physical Geography -- : Feb 01 - May 16 2021
Office hours and optional review sessions on Zoom to be flexibly scheduled around students’ availability each week. This is a late start class. It will start two weeks late and it does not meet during finals week. Late start classes are open to all students.

Section 4933 of GEOG4
Physical Geography -- : Feb 01 - May 16 2021
Office hours and optional review sessions on Zoom to be flexibly scheduled around students’ availability each week. This is a late start class. It will start two weeks late and it does not meet during finals week. Late start classes are open to all students.

Wednesday

  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMLark Hall 2001Santa Rosa Campus

B.A. Geography University of California, Davis
M.S. Urban Regional Planning University of Wisconsin, Madison

Academic Experience

SRJC Adjunct Instructor 1993 to Present

I am a native Californian but have also lived in Scotland, Wisconsin and Alaska. It is not surprising that as a Geographer I love to travel. I have wandered around North America, Europe, North Africa, Asia and the South Pacific.

In addition to being an adjunct instructor at SRJC for the past 24 years, I have 20 years experience as a practicing Transportation Planner. I have worked for city, county, regional and state agencies. I make every effort to bring my practical experience in applying environmental science and geography in the "real" world into my courses.