I teach two sections of physical geology and one section of historical geology at Lone Star College - Tomball, a community college just north of Houston, TX. I will ask my students if anyone is interested tomorrow and Thursday if you are willing to take in more students.

Kristie Bradford
Associate Professor of Geology
Lone Star College - Tomball
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From: Dawes, Ralph [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 10:28 AM
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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

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

Thank you!


Dr. Ralph Dawes 
Earth Sciences
Wenatchee Valley College 
1300 Fifth Street 
Wenatchee, WA 98801 
(509) 682-6754 
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