I would also be willing to ask my students. Since I teach in southern
California there are a lot of geology issues that are local (earthquakes,
offshore oil drilling, shoreline erosion, water conservation, etc.)


Elizabeth Shadman, Ph.D.
Natural Sciences Division, E210D
Pasadena City College
1570 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91106

office: 626-585-3369
fax: 626-585-7978

On 3/1/11 8:36 AM, "Mike Phillips" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I'm willing to givie it a shot.
> I'll ask in class tomorrow.
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> Mike Phillips
> Geology Professor
> Illinois Valley Community College
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> From: Dawes, Ralph [[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 10:28 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: May my geology students contact yours?
> For an assignment aimed at expanding global awareness of geology and
> people, I am looking for a class or two outside north central Washington
> State (where I am) from which I could have my students contact
> individual students, and ask some geology related questions of them.
> These would be your students. I am asking for your help setting this up,
> a couple of you who would be OK with asking your students if they would
> mind being contacted, and then getting me the contact information.
> (Email addresses would be easiest, I think, at least to make initial
> contacts.)
> This could be fun, and educational for your students, too.
> My class is 23 students in a Geology 101, Introduction to Physical
> Geology, at a small community college in central Washington state. Your
> students need not be in the equivalent class; they could be anywhere in
> grades 6-16. It would make sense that your students, like mine, be in a
> geology or earth science class, which this exchange of information would
> enrich.
> Thank you!
> --Ralph
> Dr. Ralph Dawes
> Earth Sciences
> Wenatchee Valley College
> 1300 Fifth Street
> Wenatchee, WA 98801
> (509) 682-6754
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