Meet the Earth Systems and Sustainability Staff and Emeritus Faculty.
Earth Systems and Sustainability Staff
Professor, Geography and Environmental Resources
Geology Office Manager
102 Parkinson Lab
Geography Office Administrator
Office: Faner 4522
Geography Office Support Specialist
Office: Faner 4521
Geology Emeritus Faculty
Ph.D. 1985, Oregon State University. Richard Fifarek conducts research in Economic Geology with a particular focus on the origin of hydrothermal deposits related to igneous activity in both continental and oceanic settings.
Charles O. Frank
Assistant Professor Emeritus
Ph.D., 1973, Syracuse University. Metamorphic petrology; Igneous petrology; igneous geology; geological education.
Paul D. Robinson
Senior Scientist Emeritus
Crystal structure analysis; Electron optics (SEM, EDS, Microprobe); automated Image Analysis; carbon-carbon composites; coal characterization; scientific instrumentation
James R. Staub
Ph.D., 1985, University of South Carolina. Coal Geology.
Jay Zimmerman, Jr.
Ph.D. 1968, Princeton University. Structural geology; rock deformation; strain analysis.
Geography Emeritus Faculty
Southern Alumni magazine article
Dr. Benedykt Dziegielewski's research interests are water resources management, urban water supply and conservation planning, water resources hydrology, studies of water use, water demand forecasting
Ph.D., Southern Illinois-Carbondale, 1983
Selection of Courses Taught
- GEOG 434: Water Resources Hydrology
- GEOG 471: Environmental Impact Analysis
- GEOG 501: Seminar in Geographic Research
- GEOG 524: Seminar in Water Resources Analysis
- ERP 593: Seminar in Environmental Policy and Administration
- ERP 596: Seminar in Water Resources Analysis