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Teaching

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Ouimet Teaching – UConn 

  • GSCI 4998/GEOG 4098: Special Topics (Watershed Characterization) (Fall 2017)
  • GEOG 3310: Fluvial Geomorphology (Fall) (not offered Fall 2017)
  • GSCI 4230/GEOG 4230: GIS and Remote Sensing for Geoscience Applications (Spring)
  • GSCI 1070/GEOG 1070: Global Climate and Natural Disasters (every other Fall, next: Fall 2018)
  • GSCI 499x: Study Abroad – Field Studies in Taiwan (every other January, next: January 2019)
  • GSCI 3020: Earth Surface Processes (Fall 2012)
  • Grad: GEOG 5310: Advanced Fluvial Geomorphology (every other Fall, next: Fall 2017)
  • Grad: GSCI 5230/GEOG 5230: Advanced GIS and Remote Sensing for Geoscience Applications (every Spring)

Ouimet Teaching – Archive 

Amherst College (Academic Year 2009-2010 and Fall 2010)

  • Geomorphology and Landscape Evolution (Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
    • Local Glacial Deposits Field Trip – 9/15/20
    • Berkshires Hills Geomorphology Field Trip – 9/19/10
    • Holyoke Range, Bare Mt. Hike – 9/29/10
  • Geological and Environmental Analysis of Landscapes (Spring 2010)
  • Surficial Earth Dynamics (Spring 2010) (w/ Anna Martini)
    • Final Project – Analysis of Lake Hitchock Sediments in Hatfield, MA
  • 5-College Colorado Plateau Seminar and Field Trip (Spring 2010)
    • Fellow Co-leaders: Mark Leckie, Mike Williams, Sheila Seaman and Dave Boutt (all UMASS Faculty)
  • Introduction to Geology (Fall 2009, Fall 2010)

Colorado College (Academic Year 2008-2009)

  • Seminar: Uplift and Incision of the Colorado Plateau (Spring 2009)
    • Included rafting trip with Karl Karlstrom, Andy Darling and Ryan Crow (Univ. of New Mexico); Andres Aslan (Mesa State); Greg and Fran Lazear
    • Video montage by CC Senior Robert Jacobsen — *VIEW*
  • Surface Processes and Geomorphology (Fall 2008)
  • Geological Hazards and Natural Disasters (Fall 2008)
  • Introduction to Physical Geology (Fall 2008, Spring 2009)

Prior to Fall 2008, Ouimet was involved in the following courses as an assistant:

  • Penn State: Seminar in Advanced Geomorphology (Spring 2008)
  • Penn State: Tectonic Geomorphology (Spring 2008)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Earth Surface Processes (Fall 2006)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Introductory Geology (Spring 2005)
  • Williams College: Mineralogy and Geochemistry (Spring 2001),
  • Williams College: Geomorphology (Fall 2000)
  • Williams College: Intermediate Calculus (Spring 2000)
  • Williams College: Introductory Geology (Spring 2000)
  • Williams College: Environmental Science (Winter 2000)