- Professor Emeritus, Geomorphology, Pre-college Earth Science Education
- Ph.D., 1998, City University of New York
- Dr. Messina has retired and no longer accepts graduate students.
I am a field-oriented structural geologist and tectonicist. My research focuses on the tectonic evolution of the North Cascades of Washington and British Columbia, and the construction, emplacement, and structure of granitic plutons in the Cascades and Sierra Nevada. Major current projects are on relationships between magmatic flare-ups, crustal structure, and arc rheology, and on displacement histories of Mesozoic and early Cenozoic strike-slip fault zones in the Pacific NW
- Phone: (408) 924-5025
- Office: DH 314
- Office Hours: By appointment
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Dr. Miller has retired and no longer accepts graduate students.
- Professor Emeritus, Hydrology
- Ph.D. 1983, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
- Dr. Oberdorfer completed the faculty early retirement program in Fall 2020. She is no longer accepting graduate students.
- Professor Emeritus, Late Paleozoic Tectonic Development of far western North America
- Ph.D. 1963, University of Southern California.
- Research involves study of Late Paleozoic corals, fusulinids, and stratigraphy of the Cordilleran miogeocline and various tectostratigraphic terranes.
- Dr. Stevens completed the faculty early retirement program in Spring 2002. He is no longer accepting graduate students.