George R. Clark
Ph.D., Caltech, firstname.lastname@example.org
George teaches service courses, the basic paleontology course, invertebrate fossils, and the 'capstone' course, geologic evolution of planet earth. His research is mostly on the microstructure of calcium carbonate shells, with emphasis on the organic matrix and the general process of fossilization. He has used the scanning electron microscope for 40 years, and produces art works with his daughter as well as research images. Beginning in June of 2007, agreed to serve as interim department head, the 'interim' to be two years.