Careers in Geoscience: Practicing Engineering Geology in Southern California

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
CSL 422 – 1:00pm

Nissa Morton

Nissa Morton

Nissa Morton, PG

M.S., Geological Sciences, 2011, San Diego State University

B.A., Geology, 2005, Pomona College

Mike Hart

Mike Hart

Mike Hart, PG, CEG

B.A., Geology, San Diego State University, 1964

M.S., Geology, San Diego State University, 1972

Rob Hawk

Rob Hawk

Rob Hawk, PG, CEG, CHG, PE, GE

B.Sc. in Engineering Geology, 1980, San Diego State University

M.Sc. in Hydrogeology, 1993, San Diego State University

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Please join us on Wednesday, October 22, at 1 PM for a discussion of careers in Engineering Geology.   The speakers are all SDSU graduates, with over 1 hundred years of combined experience since receiving their bachelor’s degrees, and at least one of them has graduated in every decade since the 1960’s!  Each has had unique experiences in their careers as engineering geologists: from evaluating geologic hazards like landslides, liquefaction, and active faulting, infrastructure construction, to regulatory compliance with building codes (CBC) and Public Works construction (Greenbook).  Each speaker will present a short history of their careers and activities as engineering geologists.