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Will Ouimet

CV : Ouimet_CV_April_2017

Contact Information

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Assistant Professor
Department of Geography and Center for Integrative Geosciences
Phone: 860-486-3322

Professional Preparation

Undergraduate: B.A., 2001 Williams College Geology and Mathematics
Graduate: Ph.D., 2007 Mass. Inst. of Tech. (MIT) Geology and Geochemistry
Postdoctoral: 2007-2008 Pennsylvania State Univ. Geosciences

Professional Appointments

2011-pres. Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, Department of Geography and Center for Integrative Geosciences
2009-2010 Visiting Assistant Professor, Amherst College, Department of Geology
2008-2009 Visiting Assistant Professor, Colorado College, Department of Geology

Research Disciplines/Keywords

earth surface processes; geomorphology; physical geography; landscape evolution; tectonic geomorphology; fluvial geomorphology; rivers; hillslope processes; landslides; landforms; erosion; cosmogenic radio nuclides; thermochronology; GIS; LiDAR; critical zone dynamics

UConn Affiliations

Center for Environmental Science and Engineering (CESE) – Affiliated Faculty
Environmental Sciences Program (ENVS) – related course offerings

Teaching (University of Connecticut)

GSCI 4998/GEOG 4098: Special Topics (Watershed Characterization) (Fall 2017)
GEOG 3310: Fluvial Geomorphology (Fall) (not offered Fall 2017)
GEOG 5310:Advanced Fluvial Geomorphology (Fall)
GSCI 4230/GEOG 4230: GIS and Remote Sensing for Geoscience Applications (Spring)
GSCI 5230/GEOG 5230: Advanced 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)

Professional Activities

Member of the American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Member of the Geological Society of America (GSA)
Member of the American Associatation of Geographers (AAG)