GEOSCI 100 Introduction to the Earth, Fall 2008

Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-9:50 in Lapham 162




Dr. Dyanna Czeck (pronounced "Diana Zeck")
324 Lapham Hall
(414) 229-3948
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-11, or by appointment.
Email is the best way to get in contact with me: dyanna@uwm.edu


Course Web Site on Desire to Learn (D2L): http://d2l.uwm.edu/
The D2L site is one-stop shopping for:

  • Syllabus
  • Grades
  • Extra Exam Point Assignments
  • Lecture Outlines


  • The Laboratory website is: http://www.uwm.edu/Course/422-100/
    The lab website is one-stop shopping for:
  • Link to Baraboo Field Trip Information
  • How to Reach Your T.A.
  • Links for Minerals and Rocks
  • Lab Syllabus
  • Course Goals: The Earth is a dynamic and exciting place. In this course, you will learn about the origin, structure, composition, evolution, and dynamic processes of the Earth. You will also be encouraged to learn about how geologists think and how scientific ideas progress. A basic knowledge of geology is necessary for citizens to make informed choices about how they interact with their local, national, or global environment. I hope that you will find the study of geology exciting (as I do) and that it will make you look at old landscapes in a new way.

    The Earth



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