Caleb has always been interested in the outdoors and rocks once spending many hours smashing up rocks in the backyard after being given a geode by his Grandfather. He came to SLU undecided but very quickly became interested in geology as a major after taking an introductory course with weekly field labs his first semester in college. Since then he has taken as many geology courses as possible. Caleb is currently most interested in Metamorphic and Igneous Petrology and Geomorphology. In the summer of 2011 Caleb was able to travel to southeast Alaska along with nine other students and Dr. Stewart as part of GEOL 320: Glacial Field Methods Alaska where he studied a number of glaciers and glacial landscapes. Caleb is currently considering graduate school and hopes to work in Environmental Consulting after school.
Great Barrington, M
GIS / GPS Technician at the Elberty Spatial Analysis Lab Member of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Geology Club, and SLU Chapter of AAPG