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Emily Stoudt

Retired Assistant Professor
Geology Program

Dr. Emily Stoudt retired in Summer 2017, after serving for 15 years in UTPB. During here team in UTPB, she was an extremely active geology faculty.

2002-2004 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin: Adjunct Professor teaching carbonate deposition, petrology and diagenesis, physical geology and other geology courses as needed.

2004-2007 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin: Full Time Lecturer teaching undergraduate classes in physical geology, historical geology, historical geology laboratories, paleontology and geology of West Texas; teaching graduate courses in carbonate deposition, petrology and diagenesis, sedimentary petrology, and clastic (sandstone) deposition, petrology and diagenesis.


2007-2008 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin: Promoted to full time Senior Lecturer.

2008-2013 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin: Full Time Tenure-Track Assistant Professor teaching undergraduate classes in physical geology, historical geology, physical geology laboratories, and paleontology; teaching graduate courses in carbonate deposition, petrology and diagenesis, and clastic (sandstone) deposition, petrology and diagenesis.

2013 -2017 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin: Full Time Non-Tenure- Track Assistant Professor and Geology Program Coordinator teaching undergraduate classes in physical geology, invertebrate paleontology, sedimentary rocks for geologists, mineralogy, sequence stratigraphy and igneous/metamorphic labs; teaching graduate courses in carbonate deposition, petrology and diagenesis, clastic (sandstone) deposition, petrology and diagenesis and exploriation and production logging .

Dr. Stoudt's CV

 

Last Updated: 10/31/2019
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