Esther K James

Esther joined the EPS department in September 2015 and focuses her work on teaching, mentoring, and related activities, such as course development, TF and TA training, improving lab/section content, and offering course support for faculty. She has co-taught the following courses: Global GeophysicsNatural Disasters, and Earthquakes and Tectonics. Esther also manages a senior thesis course designed to guide and support undergraduate students throughout the year-long thesis process, and works with the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee to review and evaluate theses. In additional to her academic contributions, Esther has been an active participant in Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) efforts within the department, having previously served as co-chair of the DIB Council, where she planned and led several events, contributed to the current structure of the Council, and developed the DIB website.... Read more about Esther K James
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