Undergraduate Research Assistant Alecia Eschenbrenner presents a poster on geology, art, and non-science majors’ conceptions of geologic patterns at the 2015 Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day.
Earth Science Education Licensure students collect data in the Kishwaukee River during the GEOL 429. Inquiry-based Field Experiences for Earth Science Teachers.
Dr. LaDue’s lab include a Tobii X2-60 eye-tracker that is used to collect viewing patterns when students interact with geoscience visuals.
From left to right: Graduate students Liz Olson and Ellen Raimondi, Dr. LaDue, and Dr. Pollyea promoting the Geology
Dept. at the CLAS Fun Fair, 2014.