The Research Team
Shona van Zijll de Jong
PhD: Research Associate
Esther Njeri Muturi
Esther Njeri Muturi is a petroleum officer (geophysicist) with the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining, Kenya. Previously she worked as a processing geophysicist at the Bureau of Geophysical Prospecting (BGP) CNPC, Nairobi Processing Center. Her previous MSc Thesis was based on application of integrated geophysical techniques for groundwater potential evaluation in hard fractured basement: Mutito fault zone, Kenya.
Josephine Bellizzi is a MSc Student working on the Linguistic Approach of this project. Previously they worked as a research assistant at the U.S. Geological Survey in collaboration with the University of Oregon.
Dr. Glenn Dolphin
Glenn Dolphin is the Tamaratt Teaching Professor in Geoscience. His research focuses on how students learn in geology and he is especially interested in how the use of history and the use of metaphor influences student learning.
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