Richard J. Nevle received his B.A. in Geology in 1987 and his Ph.D. in Geological and Environmental Sciences from Stanford in 1995. Prior to returning to Stanford in 2011 as the Undergraduate Program Director in the School of Earth Sciences, Nevle taught courses in the geosciences, mathematics, and physics to both high school and university students. In his research, Richard uses geological methods to investigate prehistoric human-landscape interactions and explore how these interactions have affected Earth system processes. He is an avid swimmer and trailrunner and enjoys backpacking and organic gardening.
EARTHSCI 1: Current Research in the Earth and Environmental Sciences (Autumn)
EARTHSCI 100: Research Preparation for Undergraduates (Spring)
EARTHSCI 193: Natural Perspectives: Geology, Environment, and Art (Spring)
GES 191: GES Field Trips (Autumn)
GES 192: Undergraduate Research in Geological and Environmental Sciences (Winter)