I am pursuing a PhD in Planetary Geomorphology as a non-traditional student. I completed a 25-year career in the USAF as an F-16 pilot and Defense Attache before starting the Geology program here at “State.” I taught at Georgetown University in the School of Foreign Service as a National Defense Fellow in 2008 and hope to return to teaching when I complete my studies.
My research interests include the intersections of the fields of geomorphology and planetary science. My areas of interest include: Mass Wasting and meteorite impacts on Mars, Methane Lakes on Titan and Vulcanism throughout the Solar System.
M.A., Strategy, School of Advance Air and Space Studies, Air University (2004)
M.E., Materials Science, NCSU (1996)
B.S., Space Physics, USAF Academy (1989)
The geospatial relationship between Martian meteorites and mass wasting.