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Dr. Kelly A. Dilliard
Assistant Professor of Earth Sciences

Department of Physical Sciences & Mathematics
Wayne State College
1111 Main St
Wayne, NE 68787

Email: kedilli1@wsc.edu
Office: Carhart Science, Rm # 127
Office Phone: (402)-375-7343
Fax: (402)-375-7441

Wayne State College

Education:

  • B.S. Geology, 1998, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA
  • M.S. Geology, 2001, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
  • PhD Geology, 2006, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Fall 2011 Courses:

An introduction to the Earth as a planet with special emphasis being placed on atmospheric and oceanic processes. 4 credits. Star

Lecture: MWF 10:00-10:50 AM
Laboratory: TR 2:00-4:50 PM

EAS 340

A study of the relationship between man and his geological surroundings, with emphasis on case histories of natural disasters and human interactions with erath materials. Geological materials and land use will be examined as they relate to enviromental quality. 3 credits.

Lecture: TR 9:30-10:45 AM

PHS 102
Course website

Selected topics of physics, chemistry, and earth science to be presented by a laboratory-oriented approach, and in compliance with requirements of General Education. 3 credits.

Online version

Other Course Taught:

EAS 120 A study of the solid earth in terms of its internal structure and surface landforms. 4 credits. polygon
EAS 320 A study of the formation of minerals, including why they have specific physical and chemical properties, and how minerals combine to form a variety of rocks in the earth's crust. 3 credits. polygon
EAS 340 A study of the relationship between man and his geological surroundings, with emphasis on case histories of natural disasters and human interactions with erath materials. Geological materials and land use will be examined as they relate to enviromental quality. 3 credits. Star
EAS 350 A study of topics of special interest in the field of Earth Science. 1-3 credits.
EAS 410 A study of the geological and biological evolution of the earth as aseen in the rock record and in fossilized remains of past life forms. Special emphasis is place on North America. 3 credits.
EAS 430 An analytic study of the ocean floor, inherent motions of water and the chemical properties of the oceans. 3 credits. Circle (ONLINE)

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