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					                                   Mallory Zelawski

                     Email: mlz8@nau.edu, m.zelawski@gmail.com
                                 Phone: (716) 348-6107
                Address: 1515 South Yale St. Apt 5-5A Flagstaff, AZ 86001

      MS Graduate Student in the Geology Department at Northern Arizona University
                          Expected Graduation Date: May 2010
    BSED in Earth and Space Science Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
                              Graduation Date: 12/16/2007
                                       QPA: 4.0

                                     Experience/Jobs

 August 2008 through Present – Geology Teaching Assistant for GLG 112 Geologic
  Disasters laboratory at Northern Arizona University.
 May 2008 through August 2008 – Geology intern at Royal Oil and Gas in Indiana, PA
  working with well logs, production records, field experiences, analyzing coal records, and
  work in Geographix.
 September 2007 through August 2008 – Grant research in the marine geology lab for Dr.
  Steve Hovan at IUP analyzing deep sea sediments with the intent of deciphering long-term
  climate changes.
 January 2008 through May 2008 – Substitute teacher for the Indiana Area School District
  for all grade levels.
 August 2007 through December 2007 – Student teacher at the Indiana Area Senior High
  School in Indiana, PA teaching five sections of astronomy.
 January 2006 through September 2007 – Grant research in the paleontology lab for Dr. John
  F. Taylor at IUP studying trilobite faunas from several regions within the United States to
  correlate ancient sea level changes possibly related to climate changes.
 Presented poster session entitled “The Upper Cambrian Thrombolite II Diversification
  Event” at the IUP Women in Science, Technology, and Math Symposium and the IUP
  Undergraduate Conference in April 2006.

                              Relevant Graduate Courses

   Topics in Geology (GLG 505)
   Volcanology (GLG 610)
   Igneous Petrology (GLG 612)
   Depositional Systems (GLG 627)

                           Relevant Undergraduate Courses

   Physical Geology & Lab (GEOS 121/122)      Historical Geology & Lab (GEOS 131/132)
   Solar Systems (GEOS 341)                   Operation of the Planetarium (GEOS 350)
   Stellar Astronomy (GEOS 342)               Physical Oceanography (GEOS 361)
   Meteorology I (GEOS 371)                   Geology of American Southwest (GEOS 338)
   Paleontology (GEOS 330)                   Geology of the Northern Rockies (GEOS 336)
   Mineralogy (GEOS 220)                     Structural Geology (GEOS 325)
   Geomorphology (GEOS 327)                  Environmental Geology (GEOS 310)
   Stratigraphy (GEOS 412)                   Carbonate Geology (GEOS 480)
   Cartography I (GEOG 213)                  Sedimentary Petrology (GEOS 411)

                                    Computer Skills

 Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, FrontPage, Access) – Considerable experience
  with typing, chart creation, calculation, graphing, data manipulation, presentation
  construction, webpage assembly, and data base formation.
 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop – Significant experience creating stratigraphic columns
  using Illustrator and creating, scanning, altering, and adjusting photos in Photoshop.
 Geographix – well log importing and depth registering within the program and vaguely
  familiar with putting together cross-sections.
 Terrain Navigator – GPS program using topographic maps of Pennsylvania to plot drill
  holes.

                                   Educational Plans

 Attending graduate school as an MS student at Northern Arizona University to obtain a
  Master’s degree in geology.

				
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