PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL of
PROFESSIONAL GEOLOGISTS
 

Webinar Part 2: PG Review Course for the Practicing Geologist and ASBOG® Exam Candidate (150 mins.)

  • February 03, 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Webinar
  • 75

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Mineralogy and Igneous/Metamorphic Petrology

Kurt Friehauf, PhD, PG, Kutztown University

Sedimentology and Stratigraphy

Tamra Schiappa, PhD, Slippery Rock University


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You are registering for one webinar, as noted below.  A post-webinar recording will not be available.

Our usual and customary cancellation policy applies to this webinar, and cancellation must be requested five business days prior to webinar date.  Refund will not be made for a missed webinar.

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Our instructors are wholly focused on your learning experience, and remain available via Email and telephone to answer questions after the webinar concludes.

Mock tests are a component of the seminar.

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PCPG Review Course Participant / Future ASBOG® Exam Candidates:
The components of this seminar are aligned with the general subject areas contained in the ASBOG® Geologist Examinations.  However, the course is not intended as a sole-source for your test preparation. It is instead a proven resource and guide for your further preparation efforts. As such, the course provides a concentrated review and a general refresher for the practicing, Professional Geologist.
     During this seminar about one hour is devoted to review a full-semester, college course. The webinars are not intended as a "How to take the Test" review.  Seminar registrants usually take this course 6 to 12 months from their intended exam date with the understanding that significant, additional preparation will be needed prior to sitting for their examination.
     We are certain that you will find the provided information helpful to your preparation, enabling you to better succeed in the ASBOG® Examinations.


About our instructors

Kurt Friehauf, PhD, P.G. (Kutztown University) - Dr. Kurt Friehauf is an economic geologist and professor at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Friehauf earned a B.Sc. in geology from Colorado State University, a Ph.D. in geology from Stanford University, and is a registered Professional Geologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  He has worked as a gold exploration geologist (AK, CO, NM, NV) and as an underground mine geologist (AZ).  His research focuses on integrating detailed surface and underground geologic mapping and core logging with petrographic/geochemical analyses in the lab to understand ore-forming processes and develop practical exploration methods for finding ore deposits (Namibia Cu, China REE+Mo, West Papua Indonesia Cu+Au, Pennsylvania Fe, Arizona Cu+Au).

Tamra A. Schiappa, PhD(Slippery Rock University) - Tamra is a Professor of Geology at Slippery Rock University.  She specializes in Stratigraphy and Paleontology.  She currently serves as President of the Pittsburgh Geological Society for which she has also served as Vice President.  Dr. Schiappa received a B.S. in geology from SUNY Plattsburgh, a MS in Earth Science from Boise State Univ. and a Ph.D. in Geology from Univ. of Idaho. Her research involves Upper Paleozoic conodont and ammonoid biostratigraphy of northern Pangaea; development of the Cisuralian time scale; and stratigraphy and carbonate sedimentology. She is actively involved in an international effort to refine the Permian time scale and serves as one of 13 voting members on the International commission on Permian Stratigraphy.  Working with a team of Permian scientists, she is assisting in understanding the tectonic development of the western margin of North America during the Upper Paleozoic and how climate change affected life during this time. 

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