Professor of Geosciences, Department Chair of Earth and Environment



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de Wet, A. P., Manduca, C., Wobus, R., and Bettison-Varga, L. (2010) Twenty-two years of Undergraduate Research in the Geosciences - the Keck Experience, in GSA Special Paper 461: Field Geology Education: Historical Perspectives and Modern Approaches, edited by Steve J. Whitmeyer, Dave W. Mogk, and Eric J. Pyle.

de Wet, A.P., Manduca, C., Wobus, R., and Bettison-Varga, L. 2009, Enriching  Undergraduate Education through the Keck Geology Consortium. Geological Society  of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 534.

de Wet , A.P., 2003, Advantages of locally-based undergraduate research, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 35, No. 6, p. 42-43.

Mittenthal, Matt; Sternberg, Rob; Levine, Mary Anne, and de Wet, Andrew. 2000. Magnetic survey of an archaic native American village near Alpine, New York  Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32, no. 1

de Wet, C.B., Moshier, S.O., Hower, J.C., de Wet, A.P., Brennan, S.T*., Helfrich, C.T., and Raymond, A.L., 1997, Disrupted Coal and Carbonate Facies within Two Pennsylvanian Cyclothems, Southern Illinois Basin, USA, Geological Society of America Bulletin, Geological Society of America Bulletin v. 109, p. 1231-1248.

de Wet, C.B., and de Wet, A.P., 1997, Sharing Academic Careers: An alternative for pre-tenure and young family dual-career faculty couples, Journal of Women and Minorites in Science and Engineering, Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering v. 3, p. 203-212.

de Wet, C.B.,and de Wet, A.P., 1995, Making it work together: Spouses on the tenure track, Geotimes v. 40, p. 17-19.