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Faculty: Ralph Stearley

Ralph Stearley

Biography

  • Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri
  • Completed a BA in anthropology at the University of Missouri, 1975
  • Earned an MS in geology from the University of Utah
  • Received his PhD in geology and paleontology from the University of Michigan, 1990
  • Was a post-doctoral researcher at the Illinois State Museum in 1991–1992
  • Taught introductory geology and field-based biology during the summers of 1993–1998 and 2008, to students at the Au Sable Institute for Environmental Studies ( northern Michigan and Puget Sound campuses)
  • Taught for Wheaton College's field station in the Black Hills of South Dakota, 1994–1996

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Current teaching

Research interests

Publications

Big Sky Geology: Montana

Contact

Ralph Stearley
rstearle@calvin.edu
616.526.6370
North Hall 071