I am a first-generation student and was a Ronald E. McNair Scholar during my undergraduate studies. I have a passion for geoscience research and teaching that spans the disciplines of tectonics/structure, geomorphology, mineralogy/petrology, geochronology, and geochemistry.
Postdoctoral2020- Research Associate, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire2017-2020 Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Geological Survey of Canada, Calgary
Education2017 Ph.D., Earth & Environmental Science, Lehigh University2011 M.S., Geology, West Virginia University2008 B.Sc., Geology–Environmental Science, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Employment and other professional Appointments2011-2017 Research/Teaching Assistant, Lehigh University, Earth & Environ. Sciences2014 Professional Intern, Earth Sciences, Chevron Corp., Hydrocarbon Charge I2013 Professional Intern, Earth Sciences, Chevron Corp., Hydrocarbon Charge II2011 Visiting Lecturer, West Virginia University, Dept. Petrol. & Nat. Gas Eng.2010 Computational Geologist Intern, URS Corp., USA DOE Natl. Energy Tech. Lab.2008-2011 Teaching Assistant, West Virginia University, Geology & Geography2007-2008 Ronald E. McNair Scholar, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
AddressDepartment of Earth SciencesDartmouth College6105 Fairchild HallHanover, NH 03755
email:kalin dot t dot mcdannell at dartmouth dot edu
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