Associate Professor of Geology
May 2013: David Sunderlin received the James P. Crawford Award. Established by Jonathan Bernon ’84, the prize rewards a faculty member who has demonstrated a high standard of classroom instruction. The award honors the late James Crawford, who taught in the Department of Mathematics from 1957 to 2003.
David is also a recipient of the Student Government Superior Teaching Award.
Special interests: paleontology and paleoecology; stratigraphy and basin analysis; terrestrial ecosystem evolution; islands and biotic effects of isolation; paleoenvironments; geology of Alaska
- Jan 30 New Insights into Lunar Geology from Mid-Infrared Remote Sensing Measurements
- Apr 3 Charles Darwin: Geologist & The Origin of Darwin’s Boulders, Tierra del Fuego
- Apr 10 Rheology Experiments at Extreme Conditions: Understanding the Mechanical Properties of Earth’s Interior
- Apr 17 American Indians at Mesa Verde and Their Connection to Earth: Geoscience and Archaeology Perspectives