Ph.D. 1981, University of Wisconsin - Madison
M.S. Thesis: "Spinel Peridotites of the Gold Beach Area, Oregon"
Professor, Louisiana State University; 1997-present; metamorphic petrology.
Associate Professor, Louisiana State University; 1990-1997; metamorphic petrology.
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University; 1985-1990; metamorphic petrology.
Geological Research Consultant, ARCO Oil and Gas Company; 1983-1985; establishment and development of the electron microprobe facility.
Visiting Research Scientist, Lunar and Planetary Institute; 1983; petrogenesis of Archean rocks of the Beartooth Mountains, Montana and fluid inclusions in extraterrestrial materials.
National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, NASA - Johnson Space Center; 1981- 1983; petrology of early Archean rocks.
Research Associate, Arizona State University; 1978-1981; high temperature solution calorimetry of silicate glasses.
is the Campanile
Charities Professor of Geology and
Geophysics at Louisiana State University whose research specialty is metamorphic
petrology. Further details of his professional background are included in an accompanying
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