Dr. Marcia Schulmeister, Ph.D., P.G.
Irrigation, agricultural chemicals, and unstable slopes. Phu Tab Burg, Thailand
Before joining ESU, I worked professionally as a geologist, and also had some unique teaching experiences. Please click here to learn more about my professional background.
Awards and Titles:
- Registered Professional Geologist #138, State of Kansas (students, look here for details on the Geologist License Exam)
- Fulbright Scholar, U.S. Dept of State, CIES. Also see: Crystal Lake Herald hometown news story (go Gators!)
- 2017 Recipient, Ruth Schillinger Award for Service to Women of Emporia State University
ESU's Hydrogeology On-campus Teaching and Research Station
Emporia State 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 has helped many ESU students gain employment in environmental geology jobs (see Students)