Dr. Walsh Hunting Rocks

Acting as scale for photograph  of crossbedding in the Aguja Formation. Big Bend National Park, Texas
Spring 2000

 

DR. TIM WALSH

Education: /2002 Ph.D. Geology, Texas Tech University; Lubbock, TX    Dissertation: Permian Foramol Carbonates from a Variable Salinity Shelf Environment: The Elm Creek Limestone (Artinskian) of North Central Texas

5/1998 M.S. Geology, Oklahoma State University; Stillwater, OK
Thesis: Preliminary morphometric analysis of Streptognathodus (conodont) from the Late Pennsylvanian and Early Permian of Southern Kansas

5/1978 B. S. Geology, Phillips University; Enid, OK
Senior Thesis: Hydrology of Alamosa River Basin, Southern Colorado.

5/1975 High School Diploma Chisholm High School; Enid, OK


Employment Experience

2002-Present Wayland Baptist University Assistant Professor of Earth Science
1998-
2002
Texas Tech University Instructor:  History of Life and Physical Geology
Teaching Assistant: History of Life Lab, Historical Geology Lab, Physical Geology Lab
1983-
1998
Waukomis Public School

District Computer Coordinator
Teacher: Geology, Computer Science I, II & III, Desktop Publishing

1979-
1984
Geo-Logic Consultants A petroleum consulting partnership : Active Partner: Administration, prospect generation and evaluation, open-hole log, core, and sample evaluations, etc.
1978-
1979
James S. McGhay James S. McGhay-ConsultantField geologist- well-site work, map and prospect preparation, landman assistance, etc

 

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