We strive to deliver high quality, diverse and original teaching material to our students. Our team reaches out to all levels, from sophomore to graduate students, to whom we transfer our enthusiasm and passion for Geosciences.
- Deliver high quality educational experience to students
- Promote Geosciences
- Serve as liaison agents between the academic and the professional world
Dr. Judy Haschenburger
Judy's research interest is in modeling sediment transport processes and channel-floodplain sediment exchanges. Her teaching interest includes Geomorphology, Sediment Transport Processes, and Current Topics (the graduate level research methods course).
Dr. Alexis Godet
Alex's current research at UTSA involves carbonate sedimentology and diagenesis, chemostratigraphy, and paleoenvironmental reconstructions. He is teaching Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, Petroleum Geology (undergraduate level courses), and Basin Analysis, Hydrocarbon Exploration (AAPG IBA competition), and Carbonate Through Time (graduate level courses).
Dr. Walter Gray
Walt's research interests relate to petrology and field geology. He currently teaches Mineralogy and Petrology at the undergraduate level and serves as the Undergraduate Advisor of Record for the Geology program.
Dr. Anne-Marie Nuñez
Anne-Marie is a nationwide recognized specialist in the field of underrepresented minorities transition into college. She is also actively involved in promoting STEM education to these minorities. She recently transferred to Ohio State University.
Dr. Marina Suarez
Marina was responsible for the Stable Isotope Laboratory at UTSA and is now director of the W.M. Keck – NSF Paleoenvironmental and Environmental Stable Isotope Laboratory at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. Her research interests include geochemistry, stable isotope geochemistry, paleoclimatology, sedimentology and stratigraphy, and paleontology. Her teaching interest is in Stable Isotope Geochemistry, Earth History, and Paleontology.
Dr. David Young
Dave's research aims at understanding deformation and mineralogical processes in the Earth mantle. He recently transferred to Ohio State University.
Michael works with student participants and faculty members and assists with program activities.
Salman is a current doctoral student in the Environmental Science and Engineering program. He works as a graduate assistant in the GEOPATHS team to assist students and faculty members in program activities. He is also in charge of managing the GEOPATHS website and students data.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number 1600542. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.