Dr. Marcia Schulmeister, Ph.D., P.G.
Now at THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS !
Lindley Hall, 316B , 1475 Jayhawk Blvd. , Lawrence, KS 66045
Regents Center, 2D , 12610 Quivera Rd., Overland Park, KS 66213
Irrigation, agricultural chemicals, and unstable slopes. Phu Tab Burg, Thailand (Schulmeister,2019)
Hello! I joined Department of Geology at the University of Kansas in July, 2020 as a hydrogeology professor and the director of KU's new professional programs in environmental geology. Prior to that, I worked as a Professor at Emporia State University (for 17 years) and as a professional geologist in the U. S. and abroad. I have also enjoyed some unique, non-university teaching experiences. Please click here to learn more about my past professional and teaching jobs.
Ph.D., 2000, The University of Kansas (Geology/Hydrogeology)
M.S., 1991, Michigan State University (Geology/Geochemistry)
B.S., 1985, University of Illinois (Geology)
Awards and Titles:
Fellow, Geological Society of America
Professor of Geology, Emporia State University
2017 Recipient, Ruth Schillinger Award for Service to Women of Emporia State University
Visiting Scientist, Chinese Academy or Science, Shijiazhuang, China
Visiting International Scholar, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
Registered Professional Geologist #138, State of Kansas (students, look here for details on the Geologist License Exam)
Affiliated Field Stations
My field-based courses are taught at three university-owned facilities:
KU's Geology Field Station, Arkansas River basin, Canon City, Colorado
The University of Kansas Geology Department owns a geology field station near Canon City in Colorado. KU's Hydrogeology Field Camp class was established at the facility in 2018. Nearby gold and sliver mines, regional irrigation systems, and access to Fourmile Creek, provide opportunities for environmental study.
ESU's Hydrogeology On-campus Teaching and Research Station along the Neosho River in Emporia, Kansas
At Emporia State, I created a hydrogeology teaching and research station through partnerships with industry and government colleagues. ESU is the only university in Kansas with a hydrogeology teaching and research station located right in the middle of campus. In addition to its Neosho River access, it hosts 12 monitoring wells, 6 multilevel samplers, lysimeters, and 5 buried "mystery targets" used for demonstrating hydrogeophysical methods. To read all about ESU's field-based program click here. The "Hands-on" experience gained at this site helped many ESU students gain employment in environmental geology jobs (see Hydrogeology Alumni)