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Margaret M. Streepey Assistant Professor of Geosciences Department of Geosciences Earlham College 801 National Road West Richmond, IN 47374 (765) 973-2168


2001: Ph.D. Geological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Topic: Post-orogenic extensional structures and timing of deformation in ancient orogenic belts. 1997: M.S. Geological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Topic: Analysis of pressure-temperature-time conditions of metamorphic belts

1995: B.S. Geological Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Professional Experience

Summer 2005-present: Assistant Professor of Geology, Department of Geosciences, Earlham College, Richmond, IN

Fall 2004-Summer 2005: Research Associate and Curriculum Development Coordinator, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN Topic: Assessment and review of Earth Science pedagogy; Development of interdisciplinary Human Biology curriculum

Spring 2002-Fall 2004: Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Spring 2001-Winter 2001: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Topic: Finite element modeling of lithospheric deformation during orogenic events.

Awards and Honors

2002: Florida State University First Year Assistant Professor Award 2001: University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences Academic Achievement Award 1999: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Program) Research Fellowship 1996: New York State Geological Survey Field Internship Award 1995: Indiana University Department of Geological Sciences Outstanding Senior Award 1994: Indiana University Department of Geological Sciences Outstanding Junior Award

Selected Teaching Development Workshops

“Understanding What Our Geoscience Students Are Learning: Observing and Assessing” NSF-sponsored Cutting Edge Workshop, Carleton College, May 12-14, 2005

“Evidence of Student Learning: 2005 Colloquium on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning” Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Atlanta, GA, March 16-17, 2005.

“Increasing the retention of under-represented groups—and the learning of all groups—in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology courses.” NSF-sponsored Chautauqua Short Course, University of Dayton. May 1-3, 2002

Publications (2003-2006)

Streepey, M.M. (2005) How Are Our Students Thinking? Helping Geoscience Students Become Better At Critical Thinking. At the Geological Society of America National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT

Streepey, M.M. and Nelson, C.E. (2005) Fostering and Assessing Critical Thinking in the Geology Classroom. At the Cutting Edge Workshop: Assessing Student Learning, Northfield, MN

Streepey, M.M., Lithgow-Bertelloni, C., van der Pluijm, B.A., Essene, E.J., and Magloughlin, J.F. (2004) Exhumation of a collisional orogen: a perspective from the North American Grenville Province, in Tollo, R.P., McLelland, J., Corriveau, L., and Bartholomew, M.J. (eds), Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America, Geological Society of America Memoir, v. 197, p. 391- 410.

Streepey, M.M., Dahl, P.S., and Wooden, J.L. (2003) Multiple Proterozoic metamorphic events in the Grenville Province, northwestern New York State: evidence from ion microprobe (SHRIMP) analysis. At the Geological Society of America National Meeting, Seattle, WA

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