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Penn State DuBois Earth Science Degree photo of Dr. Braizer in South Aftrica, Dr. Loeb with students, and Dr. Abreu in Antarctica

 


Faculty

 

Dr. Richard Brazier - Geosciences

Dr. Richard Brazier - Earth Sciences Program Leader

Dr. Richard Brazier has been at Penn State DuBois since 1999 and is currently an Associate Professor Of Mathematics and Geology, and Chair of the Earth Science Program.

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Dr. Neyda Abreu

Dr. Neyda Abreu

Dr. Neyda Abreu arrived to Penn State DuBois in 2007 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Geology.

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Dr. Robert Loeb

Dr. Robert Loeb

Dr. Robert Loeb Associate Professor of Biology and Forestry, focuses on urban forests, invasive plant species, paleopalynology, floristics, and natural areas management.

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Dr. Byron Parizek

Dr. Byron Parizek

Dr. Byron R. Parizek Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Geosciences, focuses on ice-sheet dynamics and Earth-system processes.

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Heather Parizek

Heather Parizek

Ms. Heather Parizek has been at Penn State DuBois since 2001 and is currently an Instructor of Mathematics and Geology.

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Dr. Debra Straussfogel

Dr. Debra Straussfogel

Dr. Debra Straussfogel Associate Professor of Geography, focuses on questions concerning sustainable development and social equity; sustainability in rural communities; and the teaching and practice of sustainability as an abundance paradigm.    

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Dr. Benjamin Turner

Dr. Benjamin Turner

Dr. Ben Turner Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Geosciences, focuses on environmental chemistry and hydrology.

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Adjunct Faculty


 

Margret Johnston

Margaret Johnston

Ms. Margaret Johnston has been at Penn State DuBois since 2009 and is an instructor in the Earth Sciences program.

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