Ms. Danielle Schmitt is the Academic Laboratory Manager in the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University. She received her M.S. degree in geology from Western Michigan University in 1999 and currently holds the rank of Adjunct Instructor. At Princeton, her present focus is on the development of laboratory activities, experiments, and field trips for introductory-level college courses related to the ocean and the atmosphere. In addition, she leads education and outreach workshops for K-12 teachers.
Primary Teaching Responsibilities
- Introduction to Field Marine Science
- Maps, maps, everywhere, how we find them and why we care. National Marine Educators Association Abstracts
- Visualization of the Coriolis Effect and its Role in Hurricane Formation. Science Education Resource Center
- Want coherency in your professional development and classrooms? Consider the CONNECT-ED model: focusing K-12 teachers on Big Ideas in science and mathematics. Geological Society of America Abstracts
- Multiple Isotopic Studies of Calcium Carbonate Growths in Concrete Structures. Applied Geochemistry